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Full text of "Report of the Special committee on volunteering of the county of New York : of operations in filling the quota, under the call of the President dated December 19, 1864, for three hundred thousand men ... Document no. 12, Board of Supervisors, August 15, 1866"




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THE UNIVERSITY 
OF CALIFORNIA 

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REPORT 



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Committee im 



OF THE 



COUNTY OF NEW YORK, 



OF OPEEATIOXS IN FILLING THE QUOTA, UNDER THE CALL OP 
THE PRESIDENT DATED DECEMBER 19, 1864, FOR 



VOL. I. 



Document No. 12 , 
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, 

_A_-LXg-ULSt 13, 18G6, 



NEW YORK: 

THE N. Y. PRINTING COMPANY, PRINTERS FOR THE COUNTY, 
81, 8.J & 85 CENTRE STREET. 

1866. 



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DOCUMENT No. 12. 



BOAKD OF SUPEKVISOKS, 



AUGUST 15, I860. 



The accompanying report of the Special Committee on Volunteering, of 
operations in filling the quota of the County of New York, under the call 
of the President dated December 19. 1SC4, for three hundred thousand 
(:!00,000) men, was presented, and ordered to be printed in Document form, 
under (he direction of the Committee. 

JOSEPH P,. YOUNG, 

Clerk, 



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REP OUT. 



To tJtt Honorable the Board of Supervisors: 

The Special Committee on Volunteering would re- 
ppectfully 

REPORT : 

That they have prepared and present with this sum- 
mary statement, a report of their operations in filling 
the quota under the last call for men, together with a 
statement of their proceedings in regard to the reim- 
bursement of the County by the State, for payments of 
bounties to volunteers credited to the County of New 
York under that call. 

It is proper to state that this report has been delayed 
in order to embrace in it the facts in regard to the reim- 
bursement of the County. 

The report shows that there were enlisted under the 
Jast call r 



Doc, No. 12. 8 

Of urmy volunteers 5,424 

Of re-enlisted men 1 30 

Of naval volunteers 434 



Total 5,988 

Substitutes enlisted \>y the County for the 

army 554 

Substitutes enlisted by the County for the 

navy 73 

Substitutes not enlisted by the County 

for the army and navy 578 

Total 1,205 

Grand total 7,193 

On the 25th of September, 1865, when credits were 
stopped, there was claimed to be due the Government 
from tliis County, under the call of December, 1864, 
nine thousand two hundred and ninety-eight (9,298) men. 

The whole number of men furnished, from first to last, 
during the rebellion, by the City and County of New 
York, was one hundred and forty-eight thousand six hun- 
dred and seventy-six (148,676). 

The whole expenditure in raising the quota under the 
last call was three million five hundred and thirty-three 
thousand two hundred and thirty-four dollars and thirty- 
one cents ($3,533,234 31), of which two million five hun- 
dred and sixty-five thousand one hundred and fifty dol* 
lars ($2,565,150) has been reimbursed by the Sta.te. 



9 Doc. No. 12. 

There was deposited with your Committee for sub- 
stitutes, by individuals, under the last call. . $604,910 00 

There was paid for six hundred and twenty- 
seven substitutes , 490,605 00 

Being so much saved to the County funds. 

And there was returned to depositors 114,305 00 

The business of reimbursing those who paid for sub- 
stitutes is now in progress, through your Committee. 
When completed, report will be made thereon. 

ORISON BLUNT, ) Special 
WILLIAM M. TWEED, V Committee on 
WM. R. STEWART, ) Volunteering, 



KEPOET. 



To the Honorable the Board of Supervisors : 

The Special Committee on Volunteering would re- 
spectfully present their 

REPORT 

of operations in filling the quota under the last call of 
the President for three hundred thousand (300,000) men, 
embracing a statement of their operations in raising the 
quota under that call ; which, with reports heretofore 
submitted, forms a complete resume of the business of 
this committee from the commencement of their opera- 
tions in August, 1SG3, to the date of this report. 

On the 28th of September, 1864, as stated in the re 
port of your committee, of date October 1 3 all quotas 
demanded of the County of New York up to that time 
had been filled. This was verified by the official certifi- 
cate of Brigadier-General William Hays, A. A. Provost- 
Marshal General for the Southern District of New York, 
who subsequently furnished your committee with a com- 
plete statement of the quotas under the calls of February, 
March, and July, 1864, with credits allowed, showing a 
surplus over all demands on the 30th of September of 
ninety-eight (98) men. The following is the statement : 



Doc. No. 12. 



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15 Doc. No. 12. 

In their summary report of September 28, 1864, 
announcing that the quota under call of July 18, 1864, 
was filled, your committee stated, that unless otherwise 
directed by your honorable body, it was their intention 
to continue the work of recruiting, in anticipation of a 
further call. 

In accordance with this announcement, the work of 
raising recruits was continued on the basis of the boun- 
ties which were being paid when the quota of July 18 
was filled, viz. : One hundred and seventy dollars ($170) 
for one (1) year, two hundred dollars ($200) for two (2) 
years, and three hundred dollars ($300) for three (3) year 
men, with premiums or hand-money of one hundred dol- 
lars ($100) for one (1) year, and twenty dollars ($20) for 
two (2) and three (3) year men. 

The number of men induced to enlist by these boun- 
ties was very small, averaging only about two (2) men 
per day. This paucity of numbers, it was believed, was 
greatly contributed to by the enlisting of men in this 
County for other localities, which was permitted by your 
committee at the solicitation of General Hays, and of the 
Governor (through Adjutant-General J. B. Stonehouse), 
when our own quota, under the call of July 18, was 
filled. The purpose of this permission, when first granted, 
was to facilitate adjoining townships in this State in fill- 
ing their quotas under that call by enlistments, this Coun- 
ty having filled its quota mainly by credits. But it was. 



Doc. No. 12. 16 

understood that this permission was now being very much 
abused, and used for the purpose of enlisting men here 
for other States ; therefore, on the fifteenth of October, 
your committee revoked their permission for recruiting 
in this County for other localities, in the following letter 
to General Hays : 

COUNTY COMMITTEE ON VOLUNTEEKING, > 
New York, October 15, 1864. $ 

Brig.-Gen. WM. HAYS, 

Acting Assistant Provost- Marshal General 
SIR 

Understanding that the quotas of townships surround- 
ing this County are .about filled, and thus the object for 
which they were permitted to recruit and muster in this 
County being accomplished, I would respectfully recom- 
mend, on behalf of the Committe on Volunteering, that 
you now issue an order to the various Provost-Marshals 
in the County requiring them to muster in recruits for 
their serveral districts only. We have been and are now 
paying the County bounty for men raised in anticipation 
of any future call, and recruiting for this County is again 
likely to become brisk. For this reason, it is important 
that we should have at our own office the services of an 
experienced mustering officer, and we would be greatly 
obliged, and believe the public interests M'ill be best sub- 
served, if Lieut. Parker could be continued with us in that 
capacity, with a surgeon and the necessary clerical force. 



17 Doc. No. 12. 

We also propose to reopen the volunteer rooms on the 
Battery, and would be pleased if yon would designate a 
mustering officer for duty there, with a Surgeon and the 
necessary clerical force. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

(Signed) O. BLUNT, 

C It ain nan Co. Com. on Vol. 

In accordance with the suggestions contained in this 
letter, General Hays issued an order confining the Pro- 
vost-Marshals to mustering in men for their own districts. 
He also continued Lieutenant (now Captain) It. C. Parker, 
Twelfth United States Infantry, on duty at our office in 
the Park, and detailed Lieutenant Pyne for duty at the 
Battery office. 

The number of recruits offering still continued small. 
Although the bounty of one hundred and seventy dollars 
($170) for one (1) year was nearly double, in proportion 
to the bounty offered for two (2) and three (3) years men, 
it was found that of what men did offer a large propor- 
tion preferred the longer term of enlistment. In view of 
this fact, and as it was also understood that credits would 
be allowed on any future call for extra years of service, 
your committee concluded that it would be to the best 
interests of the County to discontinue the payment of one 
hundred and seventy dollars ($170) for one (1) year men, 

and to resume the old bounty of one hundred dollars 
2 



Doc. No. 12. 18 

($100), thus placing the two (2) and three (3) years men 
on an equal footing with the one (1) year men. It was 
also thought proper to change the amount of premium 
paid from one hundred dollars ($100) for one (1) year, 
and twenty dollars ($20) for two (2) and three (3) years 
men, to twenty dollars ($20) for one (1) year, thirty dol- 
lars ($30) for two (2) years, and fifty dollars ($50) for three 
(3) years recruits. This change in the bounty was made 
on the 24th of October. 

No further change was made in the bounties paid prior 
to the issuing of the call of the President, dated Decem- 
ber 19, 1S64, for three hundred thousand (300,000) men. 
That call was officially communicated to your honorable 
body in report of this committee, dated December 31, 
186-1, in which report your committee stated the num- 
ber of men demanded of the County of New York (in 
addition to men previously furnished) to fill the quota 
under that call. The additional number demanded, it 
appeared by the circular of the Provost-Marshal General 
(embraced in said report), was four thousand four hun- 
dred and thirty-three (4,433) men. 

It was also stated in that report that the fund previous- 
ly created for raising volunteers was then almost ex- 
hausted. A further appropriation of two million dol- 
lars ($2,000,000) was recommended, and an ordinance 
therefor submitted, which was adopted. Thin ordinance, 
in consequence of technical errors, was repealed by your 



19 Doc. No. 12. 

honorable body, January 10, 1865, and a new ordinance 
adopted appropriating the same amount. (See Appendix 
"A," annexed hereto.) 

This ordinance was without legislative sanction, and in 
consequence, it was found very difficult to obtain sub- 
scriptions to the loan authorized by it. Although a de- 
termined effort was at once made to raise the four thou- 
sand four hundred and thirty-three (4,433) men demand- 
ed of us, the meagre subscriptions to the loan greatly 
retarded operations. Because of want of funds to pay 
bounties, more than because of the lack of men willing 
to take it, the enlistments at this time were fewer than 
ever. But it was confidently believed that, as soon as the 
Legislature should legalize this loan, money w ould at 
once be obtained thereon, and we should speedily be en- 
abled to raise the four thousand four hundred and thirty- 
three (4,433) men demanded. While laboring to achieve 
this end, and on the 24th of January, your committee 
were advised that the Provost-Marshal General had re- 
vised the quota of the County of New York, and that, 
instead of the four thousand four hundred and thirty- 
three (4,433) men heretofore called for to fill our quota, 
we were now to be compelled to raise twenty thousand 
(20,000) men. This startling fact was at once communi- 
cated to your honorable body in a brief report, dated 
January 24, 1865. 

' At the meeting of your honorable body at which that 



Doc. No. 12. 20 

report was presented, your committee was directed by 
resolution (see Appendix "A") to proceed to Washington, 
to endeavor to obtain some explanation in regard to the 
change in the quota. 

This duty your committee at once proceeded to dis- 
charge, and on the 28th of January they laid before 
your honorable body (see report of this committee of 
that date) the new order of the Provost-Marshal General, 
demanding of New York twenty-one thousand and nine- 
teen (21,019) men, instead of four thousand four hundred 
and thirty-three (4,433). Accompanying this was an ex- 
planation of the causes of this change in the quota, as 
near as could then be ascertained, and it was also stated 
that any abatement in the claim for twenty-one thousand 
and nineteen (21,019) men was likely to be refused. 

This increase in the demand of the Government upon 
this County of course created great consternation among 
the people of this County. Its injustice was demonstrated 
by your committee, in report made to your honorable 
body at that time, and your committee's views were full}' 
sustained, alike by the press and the public. But as there 
seemed to be no appeal from the demand, however un- 
fair, there remained but the alternative for your honor- 
able body and this committee to devise ways and means 
to raise the men. It was apparent that the two million 
dollars ($2,000,000) appropriated by the ordinance of 
January 10, to raise four thousand four hundred arid 



21 Doc. No. 12. 

thirty-throe (4,433) men, would fall fur short of the sum 
which would be required now to raise twenty-one thou- 
sand and nineteen (21,019) men ; and, as whatever sum 
might be appropriated would require legislative sanction, 
it was important that the necessary further appropriation 
should be made at once. Therefore, on the 1st of Feb- 
ruary, your honorable body adopted an ordinance ap- 
propriating the further sum of three million dollars 
($3,000,000) for the payment of bounties. (See Appendix 
"A.") This made a total of five million dollars ($5,000,000) 
now appropriated to raise the quota of twenty-one thou- 
sand and nineteen (21,019) men demanded under the 
President's call dated December 19, 1864, for three hun- 
dred thousand (300,000) men. 

The next step was to secure legislative sanction for the 
two ordinances of January 10 and February 1. 

Efforts were at once made to obtain such legalization, 
and on the 10th of February the Legislature passed an 
act (being chapter 29 of the Laws of 1865), which legal- 
ized the loans authorized by the ordinances of the Super- 
visors of January 10 and February 1, and in all the sub- 
sequent acts passed by the Legislature of 1865 this legis- 
lation was continued. (See Appendix "B" for all acts of 
the Legislature of 1865 relating to bounties, &c.) 

The number of recruits offering up to this time, at the 
bounties of one hundred dollars ($100), two hundred dol- 



Doc. No. 12. 22 

lars ($200), and three hundred dollars ($300), for one (1), 
two (2), and three (3) years men, respectively, had been so 
small as to be absolutely discouraging. Other locali- 
ties, whose agents swarmed around our doors, were then 
offering as high as one thousand dollars ($1,000) for one 
(1) year men, being ten times the amount offered and 
paid by the County of New York. Public opinion now 
seemed to be unanimously in favor of an increase of 
bounty in New York. Chapter 29 of the Laws of 1865, 
already referred to, provided for a State bounty in place 
of local bounties, the amount fixed being three hundred 
dollars ($300), four hundred dollars ($400), and six hun- 
dred dollars ($600), for one (1), two (2) and three (3) years 
men, respectively. On the same day this law passed, 
your committee resolved to increase the bounty paid by 
them to correspond with the amounts fixed by the State 
law. The new bounties for two (2) and three (3) years 
men were j ust [double what had hitherto been paid, while 
for one (1) year men the amount was trebled. The increase 
was from one hundred dollars ($100), two hundred dollars 
($200), and three hundred dollars ($300), for one (1), two 
(2), and three (3) years men, respectively, to three hundred 
dollars ($300), four hundred dollars ($400), and six hun- 
dred dollars ($600), for the corresponding terms of ser- 
vice. The hand-money was also increased from twenty 
dollars ($20), thirty dollars ($30), and fifty dollars ($50), 
for one (1), two (2), and three (3) years men, respectively, 
to fifty dollars ($50), seventy-five dollars ($75), and one 



23 Doc. No. 12. 

hundred dollars ($100). The following was the resolu- 
tion adopted by your Committee : 



the County of New York pay for a one 
(1) year recruit three hundred dollars ($300) bounty, and 
fifty dollars ($50) hand-money ; 

"'For a two (2) years recruit, four hundred dollars ($400) 
bounty, and seventy-five dollars ($75) hand-money ; 

"For a three (3) years recruit, six hundred dollars ($600) 
bounty, and one hundred dollars ($100) hand-money. 

"The bounty to be paid to the recruit, in his own hand, 
as provided in the State law relating to bounties (viz. : 
Assembly bill No. 115 of 1865), and the hand-money to 
the person who may present the recruit." 

The increase in bounty and hand-money immediately 
gave a great impetus to recruiting. The number of men 
obtained at once rose from one (1) and two (2) per day 
to fifty (50) and seventy-five (75), and steadily increased. 
So great w r as the increase that additional mustering offi- 
cers, &c., became absolutely necessary. They Avere at 
once requested in the following letter : 



Doc. No. 12. 24 

COUNTY COMMITTEE ON VOLUNTEERING, ) 
New York, February 15, 1865. f 

BKIG.-GEN. E. "W. HINKS, % 

Acting Assistant Provost- Marshal General, 

Southern Division of Neiv York : 
Sm 

The Committee on Volunteering of New York County 
has increased its bounty to recruits to three hundred dol- 
lars ($300) for one year, with fifty dollars ($50) premium ; 
four hundred ($400) dollars for two years, with seventy- 
five dollars ($75) premium, and six hundred dollars 
($600) for three years, and one hundred dollars ($100) pre- 
mium. 

The increased bounty has greatly stimulated recruiting 
in this County. On Monday, we enlisted about fifty (50) 
men at the volunteer rooms, and yesterday nearly one 
hundred (100), besides almost seventy-five (75) men re- 
jected each day, and we bid fair in the future to exceed 
these numbers. I am instructed by the County Commit- 
tee on Volunteering to request that, in order to facilitate 
the work of recruiting at the volunteer rooms, you will 
detail another mustering officer to do duty there, with the 
necessary clerks, &c. 

If you should not be authorized to employ the clerical 
aid, the County will provide for that at its own expense. 
If possible, it would be well also to detail at our office an 



25 Doc. No. 12. 

additional Surgeon, as we are unable to examine all who 
apply, with the force at our command. 

Trusting that it may seem judicious to you to prompt- 
ly comply with these suggestions, 

I am, sir, very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) O. BLUNT, 

Chairman Neio York Co. Com. on Vol. 

This request of your committee was promptly com- 
plied with, and thus every facility given for mustering 
in the large number of men offering. 

Of the men enlisting at this time, a majority still pre- 
ferred the longer terms of service, and as each three (3) 
years man enlisted required an expenditure of seven hun- 
dred dollars ($700), it will be perceived what a heavy 
drain an average enlistment of one hundred (100) men 
per day made upon the volunteer fund. 

The increased number raised gave hopes that, notwith- 
standing the large quota demanded of us, we might 
yet be enabled to fill it without resort to a draft. But 
in the meantime, while every effort was put forth to raise 
men, no means were left untried to secure that all due 
representations of the injustice believed to have been done 
this County by the change in the quota should be laid 
before the authorities at Washington. On the 31st of 



Doc. No. 12. 20 

January, your honorable body had fully considered the 
subject of the increased demand upon us, and had 
adopted sundry resolutions in regard thereto (see Appen- 
dix "A"), among others, one appointing a special com- 
mittee to visit the national capitol, to urge our grievance 
in the matter of the revised quota, and to make a last 
appeal there for redress. How well that committee dis- 
charged the duty assigned them, and how utterly futile 
their efforts were, is fully detailed in the elaborate report 
submitted to your honorable body by them on the 28th 
of February. The result of that committee's labors was 
only to give assurance that the increased demand upon 
us would be insisted on to the last man. In proof that 
the premises taken by that committee and the conclu- 
sions arrived at were entirely correct, reference is made 
to the papers hereto annexed (Appendix "C") relating to 
the matters treated of in their report, and not embraced 
therein. 

Now came the greatest trouble with which your com- 
mittee had to contend. Men were still offering at the 
rate of one hundred (100) per day, when the funds en- 
tirely gave out. Although the appropriation was far 
from being exhausted, and the ordinances of your honor- 
able body had the fullest legislative sanction, yet it was 
found utterly impossible to raise the necessary means. 
Comptroller Erennan, with the energy which has ever 
distinguished that officer, made urgent and repeated ap- 



27 Doc. No. 12. 

peals to capitalists and moneyed institutions to aid us, and 
your committee individually and collectively gave their 
assistance, a few public spirited citizens aiding the work, 
yet the amounts obtained were so inconsiderable as con- 
stantly to leave your committee in great embarrassment. 
The lack of funds now frequently compelled a discon- 
tinuance of the payment of bounties, and consequently 
there was a decrease in the number of men obtained. 
Of course it was impossible to hide the fact that we 
were greatly embarrassed for the want of funds. It 
became known to the government officials ; and to add 
to our discomfort at this crisis, we were warned that, un- 
less there was an increase in the number of enlist- 
ments, the draft would be enforced. On the 2d of 
March, the chairman of your committee laid before it 
the following letter, which had been received by him : 

OFFICE A. A. PROVOST-MARSHAL GENERAL, AND ] 
SUPERINTENDENT VOLUNTEER RECRUITING SERVICE, I 
SOUTHERN DIVISION OF NEW YORK, 

Neiv York, March 1, 1864. J 
ORISON I'LUNT, 

Chairman County Committee on Volunteering : 
SIR 

It appears by the records of this ofh'ee, that but nine 
hundred and thirty-seven (937) men were enlisted in the 
City and County of New York for the army and navy 
during the eight (8) days ending February 8, 1865. 

In order to prevent any misapprehension, I deem it 



Doc. No. 12. 28 

proper to state that the present rate of enlistment will 
not fill the quota of the City districts within the time re- 
quired ; and unless recruiting increases, and the men are 
put in the service more rapidly, the draft will be com- 
menced. 

I am, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) II. F. BROWNSON, 

Asst. Adjt.-Gen. & Asst. to A. A. P. M. Gen. 

The chairman proposed to send the following reply 
thereto, to which the committee agreed : 

COMMITTEE ON VOLUNTEERING, ) 
New York, March 2, 1865. j" 
II. F. BROWNSON, 

Asst. Adjt. Gen. and Asst. to A. A. P. M. Gen. : 
SIR 

Your note of yesterday's date, in relation to the pro- 
gress of recruiting in this County, was received last even- 
ing. In reply, I have the honor to state, that I very 
much regret that, in your judgment, " the present rate 
of enlistments will not fill the quota of the City districits 
within the time required ; and unless recruiting increases, 
and men are put in the service more rapidly, the draft 
will be commenced." 

We commenced paying the increased bounty of six 
hundred dollars ($600) for three (3) years men, four him- 



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Doc. No. 12. 



dred dollars ($400) for two (2) 'years men, and three hun- 
dred dollars ($300) for one year men, on the 18t.li day of 
February, immediately upon being authorized by the 
Legislature to raise the means necessary to pay large 
numbers of men. From that date up to and including 
the 28th, being fourteen (14) days (exclusive of Sunday), 
we have paid bounties to the very large number of one 
thousand four hundred and fifty-nine (1,459) men, or an 
average of over one hundred and four (104) men per day, 
as follows : 





ARMY 
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NAVAL 

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SUHSTF- 
TIJTKS IN 
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TOTAL. 


February 13 


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50 


14 


80 


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2 


83 


15 


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7 




83 


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17 .... 


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19 
17 


7 
6 


122 

94 


18 

20 ... 


79 
122 


12 

18 


3 

8 


94 
148 


21 

" 22 


93 
94 


27 
7 


10 

7 


130 
108 


23 


82 


8 


10 


100 


24 


110 


21 


6 


137 


25 


59 


10 


6 


75 


27 
28 


97 
90 


17 

10 


11 

10 


125 
110 












Total, 14 days 


1,197 


175 


87 


1,459 



Doc. No. 12. 30 

The number raised the first seven (7) days was six 
hundred and seventy-four (674), being an average of 
about ninety-six (96) per day. The number raised the 
second seven days was seven hundred and eighty-five 
(785), being an average of about one hundred and 
twelve (112) per day an increase in the average of the 
last seven days of sixteen (16) per day. This statement 
does not include substitutes in anticipation of the draft 
enlisted elsewhere than at our office in the Park, in re- 
rard to whom we are not advised, but of which there 

O * 

must have been quite a number. 

This average is the largest we have ever reached since 
we commenced the business of raising volunteers in 
November, 1863. 

From the 20th of November, 1863, to the 17th of 
March, 1864, inclusive, under the call for five hundred 
thousand (500,000) men, the whole number of newly 
enlisted men paid bounty was seven thousand nine hun- 
dred and ninety-five (7,995), being an average of a little 
over eighty-one (81) men per day. From the 18th of 
March to the olst of May, 1864, under the call for two 
hundred thousand (200,000) men, the whole number of 
newly enlisted men paid bounty was five thousand four 
hundred and twenty-six (5,426) in sixty-four (64) days, 
being an average of a little less than eighty-five (85) men 
per day. Of these enlistments nearly one-half were for 
the navy, in which enlistments are now very much re- 



81 Doc. No. 12. 

stricted. The number for the army was an average of 
less than fifty (50) men per day. 

From the 7th of July to the 30th of September, 1864, 
under the call for five hundred thousand (500,000) men, 
the whole number of newly enlisted men paid bounty 
was seven hundred and fifty-nine (759) in sixty-eight (68) 
days, being an average of a little over eleven (11) per day. 
From the 20th of November, 1863, to the 30th of Sep- 
tember, 1864, we paid bounty on two hundred and thirty 
(230) days ; and during that whole period there were only 
twenty -seven (27) days on which the gross number 
of newly enlisted men paid bounty reached one hundred 
(100), while the average for the whole two hundred and 
thirty (230) days was but a little over sixty-oue (61) men 
per day. 

It will be found, on investigation, that the average en- 
listments for the army under the existing call has been 
nearly double that of the most favorable period of enlist- 
ments during the past two (2) years ; and considering the 
adverse circumstances under which we have labored up 
to this time, we are certain you must credit us with hav- 
ing used all due diligence in the matter. 

We would also beg to call your attention to the fact 
that nearly all the men enlisted by us now arc for three 
(3) years service, that the whole number of fourteen hun- 
dred and fifty-nine (1,459) men enlisted from the 13th to 



Doc. Is 0.12. 32 

the 28th of February represent about three thousand six 
hundred and forty-seven (3,647) years of service. The in- 
crease in the number of men raised during the last seven 
of the fourteen days preceding the 28th of February, as 
compared with the seven days preceding those, leads us to 
believe that there will be a corresponding increase in the 
future, more especially as we understood yesterday that 
the United States authorities have directed that all the re- 
cruits for the regular army enlisted here should be cred- 
ited to this County. 

In conclusion, permit me to suggest that if there is any 
means not adopted by us, by which in your judgment the 
number of men raised can be increased, we will gladly 
adopt it, upon its being made known to us. 

Respectfully asking your consideration of these facts, 

I have the honor to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) O. BLUNT, 

Chairman N. Y. Co. Com, on Vol. 

To this communication the following reply was re- 
ceived : 



33 Doc. No. 12. 

OFFICE A. A. PROVOST-MARSHAL GENERAL AND 

SUPERINTENDENT VOLUNTEER RECRUITING SERVICE, 

SOUTHERN DIVISION OF NEW YORK, 

New York, March 3, 1865. 

ORISON BLUNT, Esq., 

Chairman Committee on Volunteering : 
DEAR SIR 

I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your 
communication of the 2d instant, in reply to a note of 
Captain Brownson, A. A. G., written by my direction, in 
relation to the progress of recruiting in this County, and 
have perused with interest the elaborate array of statis- 
tics which it contains, exhibiting the comparative pro- 
gress of recruiting in the City and County of New York, 
under the present and previous calls for troops ; but its 
examination has not changed or modified my convictions 
that " the present rate of recruiting will not fill the 
quotas of the City districts within the time required." 

It will be borne in mind that very great deficien- 
cies, as compared with other districts in this division, 
exist in all the City districts, and that these deficiencies 
exist entirely for the reason that New York has been less 
actively or less successfully engaged in actual recruiting 
than the suburban districts. The draft has already com- 
menced in all districts surrounding the City, and to fur- 
ther postpone its operations here, unless there is a 
prospect of the quotas being immediately filled by vol- 
untary enlistments, would be an obvious injustice to those 

3 



Doc. No. 12. 34 

districts in which the application of the provisions of the 
law is now being made. 

Furthermore, it will be remembered that the previous 
quotas of the City districts have been filled to a very 
great extent with credits resulting from enlistments in 
the navy not made since the assignment of quotas under 
the enrolment law, and not contained in your exhibit of 
the progress of recruiting under those calls. Hence, the 
comparison made in your communication has no applica- 
tion to the results in filling the quotas, which now must 
be done by actual enlistment. 

It was hoped that the postponement of the draft in 
this City would produce, on the part of the citizens, some 
effort commensurate with the amount of labor to be done 
to secure the filling of the quotas by volunteer enlist- 
ments, thereby speedily reinforcing our active victorious 
armies with some sixteen thousand volunteers, and thus 
removing the necessity for a recourse to the operations of 
a draft on the part of the Government. 

To secure this result, every means of co-operation and 
assistance consistent with the interests of the service has, 
whenever suggested, been willingly adopted by the Pro- 
vost-Marshal General, and by this office ; but after trial, it 
seems that these hopes are not well grounded, for while 
yourself and a few persons have labored faithfully and 
efficiently to produce the desired result, the expectation 



35 Doc. No. 12. 

of a general interest being aroused, and an active effort 
being made on the part of the whole community, has not 
been realized ; and instead of any indication being appa- 
rent that the quotas will be speedily filled, there is pre- 
sented the conclusive evidence of your own figures that, 
at the present rate of recruiting, the quota will not be 
filled until the 1st of August next. 

I know of no means by which the number of men 
raised can be increased, except the people, who have the 
greatest interest at issue, shall, by their efforts, give re- 
cruiting such an impetus as they only can create. Every 
consideration of patriotism and interest appeals to them 
to put their hands to the work. The beneficient and lib- 
eral provisions of the State law, by which every person 
who secures a substitute before the draft will receive six 
hundred ($600), four hundred ($00), or three hundred 
($300) dollars bounty, for three (8), two (2) or one (1) 
years service of such substitute, respectively, while a 
drafted man can receive but two hundred and fifty 
($250) dollars either for himself or his substitute, ought 
of itself make every able-bodied person, Avho is liable 
to draft, an active recruiting agent, while the large 
bounty paid by the State, in addition to the Government 
bounty j ought to induce all those who are not liable to 
the draft to enter or re-enter the service, and assist in the 
grand concluding campaigns of the war. 

In reply, however, to your concluding remarks, I would 



Doc. No. 12. 36 

suggest that means be adopted to give the greatest pos- 
sible publicity to the necessity of immediately raising 
men more rapidly, and to the liberal provisions of the 
State Government made for volunteers and substitutes ; 
and that the people of the City be appealed to through 
the public press, and, if practicable, through public 
meetings, to devote one week to their country and their 
own personal interests, in labor to secure the filling the 
quotas of their own districts, and thereby relieve them- 
selves from the evils of a draft. To this end, every 
facility will be extended from this department. Muster- 
ing officers and surgeons shall be provided in abundance, 
and that a fair test may be made, I think I may promise 
that no draft shall take place during the next ten days. 

I am, sir, 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) EDW. W. HINKS, 

Brigadier- General, A. A. Provost-Marshal General-, 

Superintendent Volunteer Recruiting Service, 

On the Cth of March, at the meeting of your honor- 
able body, the position of the County in regard to its 
quota, the financial difficulties your committee labored 
under, and the near prospect of the draft was fully ex- 
plained. Resolutions were adopted (see Appendix "A") 
urging the people to aid in avoiding the conscription, 



37 Doc. No. 12. 

and directing your committee to issue an appeal to the 
people on this subject. In accordance with the instruc- 
tions of your honorable body, your committee at once 
prepared and prominently advertised in all the public 
prints the following : 

A DRAFT THREATENED! 

Will tliG Citizens of New York aid in Arresting such 
a Calamity ? 

THE ASSISTANT PKOVOST-MAUSIIAL GENERAL CALLS UPON THEM. 

THE COUNTY COMMITTEE ON VOLUNTEERING APPEALS 
TO THEM. 

TEN DAYS ALLOWED TO INCKEASE KECIiUITING. 

Over Thirteen Thousand Men yet to be liaised. 
The Countv Committee on Volunteering call the atten- 

/ o 

tion of every citizen to. the letter appended hereto, from 
Brigadier-General Ilinks, A. A. P. M. General and Su- 
perintendent of Recruiting Service, relative to the num- 
ber of recruits now being raised in this County, and the 
prospect of a draft. 

The committee have exhausted all means at their com- 
mand for raising men. They have paid the largest 
bounty permitted by the laws of the State, or paid in 
any portion of the State. They have succeeded in re- 



Doc. No. 12. 38 

cruiting over one hundred (100) men per day ; within 
the last seven (7) days they have averaged about one 
hundred and thirty (130) men per day, and within seven- 
teen (17) days they have reduced the number of men to 
be raised nearly two thousand (2,000). 

But there are yet more than thirteen thousand (13,000) 
men to be raised to fill the quota of this County, and to 
raise this number within a reasonable time requires not 
one hundred (100) men, but two hundred (200) men per 
day, at least. 

While the committee and the Board of Supervisors, 
from which they derive their power, have individually 
and collectively given their whole time and attention to 
this work, it is to be regretted that the people of the 
County, who will suffer by the draft, have been luke^ 
warm, and have rendered the committee no considerable 
assistance. 

Even capitalists, who have most to fear from a draft, 
have been unwilling to aid to the extent of furnishing 
the necessary means to pay the men raised. The fund 
for paying volunteers is now nearly exhausted, and even 
one hundred (100) men per day can no longer be paid 
unless moneyed men and institutions subscribe the neces- 
sary funds. 

The committee, in justice to themselves and the pub- 
lic, now make this statement, and appeal to the people to 



39 Doc. No. 12. 

so increase the number of recruits during the ten days 
grace allowed us that it will be reduced to a certainty 
that the quota can be filled within a reasonable time. 

To avoid a draft two things arc necessary : 

First That the bonds of the Connty for the purpose of 
paying volunteers be taken immediately ; and, 

Second That the people at once lend their aid to the 
work of raising volunteers. 

Especially, let every citizen, who has the means, pro- 
vide himself with a substitute. He will thus exempt 
himself from draft, and help to fill the quota of the Coun- 
ty. Substitutes can now be obtained at comparatively 
small cost, the State undertaking to reimburse all those 
who pay money for this purpose, to the extent of six 
hundred dollars ($600) for a three years substitute ; four 
hundred dollars ($400) for a two years substitute, and 
three hundred dollars ($300) for a one year substitute. 

Those who subscribe to the volunteer loan fund have 
not only the pledge of the faith and property of the 
County, but the additional security that the State will 
reimburse to the County the money thus expended. 

It now remains with the people to avert the threaten- 
ed calamity of a draft. Let them take the matter in 
hand. Let them assemble together in public council, 
awl, after determining the best means to be pursued, put 



Doc. No. 12. 40 

those means into immediate execution. With the co- 
operation of the press and the active aid of the people, 
the committee hope, within the prescribed ten days, to 
give satisfactory evidence that more men will be pro- 
cured by volunteering than can possibly be obtained by 
draft. 

NEW YORK, March 6, 1865. 

(Signed) C. GODFREY GUNTHER, 

Mayor, 

. MATTHEW T. BRENNAN, 

Comptroller, 
ORISON BLUNT. 

Supervisor, 

WILLIAM M. TWEED, 

Supervisor, 

ELIJAH F. PURDY, 

Supervisor, 

WILLIAM R. STEWART, 

Supervisor, 

County Committee on Volunteering. 

ORISON BLUNT, 

Chairman. 

CORNELIUS CORSON, Clerk. 

Following was the letter of General Hinks, referred 
to in the foregoing. 



41 Doc. No. 12. 

But all the efforts put forth by the County authorities 
did not keep your committee in funds, and it was found 
impossible even to raise money sufficient to pay the num- 
ber of men who offered, and, of course, any increased 
number could not have been paid. In view of this fact, 
and of General Hink's letter of the 3d, your committee 
were not surprised to receive the following on the 8th : 

OFFICE A. A. P. M. GENERAL AND 
SUPERINTENDENT VOLUNTEER RECRUITING SERVICE, 
SOUTHERN DIVISION OF NEW YORK, 

New YorJc : March 8, 1865. 

ORISON BLUNT, E({., 

Chairman County Com. on Volunteering, 

New York: 
SIR 

I have the honor to inform you that instructions have 
been received from the Provost-Marshal General to com- 
mence the draft in all the City districts on the 15th inst. 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) II. F. BROWNSON, 

Assist. Adjt.-Gen., A. A. P. M. Gen. 

This was made public, and seemed to somewhat 
awaken the people to the true condition of affairs. Pub- 
lic meetings were at once called in most of the wards, 
with the view of facilitating the work in hand, by the 
formation of ward associations ; and ward subscription 



Poc. No. 12, 42 

lists were opened for the purpose of inducing enlistments, 
by the payment of extra hand-money, on account of the 
ward. But the subscription to the public funds, where 
the money was most needed,was not largely increased by 
this means. 

This awakening of public feeling, however, helped 
to temporarily delay any positive proceedings in the 
actual enforcement of the draft, although it was well 
understood that the various Provost-Marshals had every- 
thing in readiness to begin the turning of the wheel at a 
moment's notice. 

We had thus far exhausted every means which had been 
devised, both to secure the number of men demanded 
and to raise the means to pay them. In vain we ap- 
pealed to the Government to take the corrected enrolment 
and revise the lists of men held to be liable to conscrip- 
tion in the hands of the Provost-Marshals, giving us credit 
for the large decrease in number which the new enrol- 
ment had positively determined to be due on the old en- 
rolment, and thus secure us a corresponding reduction of 
the quota. 

When the correction of the Fourth District enrolment 
was entirely completed, we had offered to turn it over, 
provided the Goverment officials, in accordance with pre- 
vious understanding and agreement, would make the cor- 
rection which it was clear should be made, and allow us 



.43 Doc. No. 12. 

a corresponding reduction in the quota. But they would 
give us no such guarantee. As it was thus certainly de- 
termined that nothing would be allowed to intervene to 
prevent the Government obtaining the full number of 
men demanded of us in January, and therefore it was 
evident that just at this juncture further effort in this 
direction would be but an expenditure of money which 
could bo better applied in paying volunteers, it was 
deemed expedient to discontinue that work. 

On the 23d of March, at a meeting of the Common 
Council, his honor the Mayor sent in the following com- 
munication, covering a letter of Major Dodge (who 
had relieved General Ilinks as A. A. P. M. General of 
this District), urging more active co-operation on the 
part of citizens in the work of filling the quota : 

MAYOR'S OFFICE, ) 
New York, March 23, 1865. j 

To the Honorable the Common Council: 

GENTLEMEN 

I herewith transmit a copy of a letter addressed to me 
by Major R. I. Dodge, Acting Assistant Provost-Marshal 
General, wherein the belief is expressed that by the 
prompt action of our citizens, holding meetings in each 
ward, appointing recruiting committees, raising funds, 
&c., " the quota of the whole City can be filled without 
further draft, and without calling upon those already 



Doc. No. 12. 44 

drafted." I feel that it is unnecessary for me to attempt 
the portrayal of the distress which would pervade many 
a happy home-circle in our City if the severe require- 
ments of the draft should be rigorously enforced. Major 
Dodge proposes measures which he believes will avert 
the necessity of such action. It is certainly to be hoped 
that his suggestions may realize the fact to our citizens ; 
and to this end, as I am of opinion any such action should 
receive the co-operation and assistance of the municipal 
authorities, I have deemed it advisable to transmit to 
your honorable body a copy of his communication, and 
would recommend, in order to perfect an efficient organi- 
zation, that meetings be called in the several wards for 
the purpose indicated, under the sanction of the members 
of both Boards of the Common Council, in their respec- 
tive wards, and that the Common Council shall adopt 
such other measures as they may deem best calculated 
to advance the object sought the relief of our citizens 
from the hardships of the draft. 

(Signed) C. GODFREY GUNTIIER, 

Mayor, 



45 Doc. No. 12. 



[Copy.] 

OFFICE A 1 A. PROVOST-MARSHAL GENERAL AND 
SUPERINTENDENT VOLUNTEER RECRUITING SERVICE, 
SOUTHERN DIVISION OF NEW YORK, 

New York, March 17, 1865. 

Hon. C. G. GUNTHER, 

Mayor of New York City : 
SIR 

I most urgently solicit the co-operation of the citizens 
of New York in the effort I am now making to fill the 
quotas. 

No postponement or suspension of the draft will be 
made by the Provost-Marshal General, but he has placed 
it in the power of the citizens themselves to do this, by 
simply complying with his one condition: Keep the 
Board of Enrolment fully occupied in enlisting men, and 
they cannot, under their orders, make the draft. The 
neglect of this condition has resulted in a draft in a con- 
siderable portion of the City. 

1 believe the quota of the whole City can be filled 
without further draft, and without calling upon those 
already drafted ; but the citizens must act promptly and 
vigorously. There has heretofore been but little interest 
manifested by the citizens at large in recruiting. They 
must now take hold. 



Doc. No. 12. 40 

I respectfully request that the citizens of each ward 
hold immediate meetings, appoint recruiting committees, 
raise funds, and take such other steps as shall seem to 
them most conducive to the great end of filling the ward 
quotas. 

Eecruits brought to the mustering officer by a ward 
committee shall be credited directly to that ward, when- 
ever it can be done under section thirteen of the act ap- 
proved March 3, 1865. 

Ward committees will take their recruits for muster to 
the Provost-Marshals of the districts to which they be- 
long. This, by keeping the Provost-Marshals fully em- 
ployed, will have the effect of stopping the draft by de- 
ferring it from day to day. 

If the wards already drafted will keep the District Pro- 
vost-Marshals occupied in enlisting recruits to go towards 
their quotas, the drafted men need have no fears of being 
called upon. 

The Provost-Marshal General has placed the question 
of draft in the hands of the people themselves. 

If they will give the six District Provost-Marshals full 
employment in recruiting, no draft will ensue, nor will the 
men already drafted be called upon to report ; but when- 
ever it shall appear that a Provost-Marshal is not fully 



47 Doc. No. 11 

occupied in this way, the draft, under the orders, must in- 
evitably take place. The ward quotas can he obtained 
by applying to District Provost-Marshals. 

I am, Sir, 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) KICHARD I. DODGE, 

Major Tioelftli U, S. Infantry, A. A. P. M. Gen. 

As stated by Major Dodge, the wheel had already re- 
volved in some of the wards, and the conscripted stood 
in fear of being carried off. Of course, the poorer class 
only would suffer, the well-to-do being able to release 
themselves by furnishing substitutes. For those who 
could not pay for substitutes themselves there seemed no 
relief. As it was found impossible to raise money sufficient 
to pay volunteers, of course it was not to be expected that 
money could be raised to pay for substitutes from the 
public funds. 

On the 25th of March, the following letter was received 
by your committee from Major Dodge : 



Doc. No. 12. 48 

OFFICE A. A. PROVOST-MARSHAL GENERAL, ] 
SUPERINTENDENT VOLUNTEER RECRUITING SERVICE, I 
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK, 

New York, March 25, 1865. j 

MR. O. BLUNT, 

Chairman Supervisor's Committee, 

Neio York: 
SIR 

I have the honor to request that you will inform me, 
positively and immediately, what prospect there is of 
your obtaining and keeping on hand sufficient funds to 
pay bounty to two hundred volunteers daily. The ar-- 
rangements for recruiting in the several wards had just 
been completed, and recruits were beginning to come in, 
when the whole thing is brought to a dead stop by the 
failure in the supply of funds. 

However perfect the other arrangements for recruiting, 
men will not volunteer unless they receive the bounties. 
If, therefore, you cannot obtain the money to pay these 
bounties, it is useless to defer the draft longer. The Gov- 
ernment does not desire to enforce the draft anywhere. 
It prefers that recruits come in voluntarily. But the men 
must be had immediately. 

For myself, I have been exceedingly anxious to see this 
war ended without the necessity of another resort to the 
wheel in New York City. I have done all in my power. 



49 Doc. No. 12. 

The alternative is before the people of the City the quo- 
tas must be filled immediately ; if not with volunteers, 
then with drafted men. I must and will have the men. 

I am, Sir, very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) KICHAKD I. DODGE, 

Major Twelfth U. S. Infantry, 
A. A. Provost-Marshal General, &c. 

We were now entirely at fault, out of funds, and threat- 
ened with an immediate enforcement of the conscription. 
Finding it useless to apply to capitalists, who, having 
already mostly supplied themselves with substitutes, had 
nothing personally to fear, and seemed to care but little 
for the poor man, who would be compelled to go if drafted, 
there seemed now to be but one way to obtain relief. 
That way was to obtain aid from the State. The law 
passed February 10 provided for the reimbursement of 
Counties by the State for its expenditures in raising men 
under this call. New York County was entitled, under 
that law, to be reimbursed to the extent of over two million 
dollars ($2,000,000), which had already been expended in 
bounties. 

An appeal was at once made to the State Paymaster- 
General for even a small portion of the amount due us 
under this law from the State. But it appeared that the 
State was little better oft' than we were ; for, although the 

i 



Doc. No. 12. 50 

State law passed February 10, it was not until the 28tli 
of March that we received any encouragement from tho 
State authorities. On that date we received a dispatch 
from the State Paymaster-General, stating that further 
bounty laws had been passed by the Legislature chapter 
4:1 and 56, Laws of 1865 (see Appendix "B") and that ho 
hoped to be enabled to aid us soon. It afterward ap- 
peared that the law of February 10 was not deemed suf- 
ficient by capitalists to warrant any loan to the State, and 
hence the additional laws referred to had to be enacted, 
before any money could be raised on State bonds. 

This was but a crumb of comfort, but such as it was, 
it was all the reply we could give Major Dodge to his let- 
ter of the 25th of March, which we had delayed answer- 
ing, hoping to be able to assure him that we should at 
once receive money from the State. The following wus, 
sent to Major Dodge : 

COUNTY VOLUNTEER COMMITTEE, ) 
New York, March 29, 1865. f 

Major RICIIAKD I. DODGE, 

A. A Provost-Marshal General: 

SlK 

I have delayed answering yours of the 25th until I 
should be able to give you a definite reply. 1 have the 
honor to state that, although the County is not now in 
funds to pay bounties, we hourly expect to be able to 
resume payment. 



51 Doc. No. 12. 

The following dispatch from the State Paymaster, in 
reference to the bounty fund due the County, was re- 
ceived yesterday, and is appended for your informa- 
tion : 

"ALBANY, March 28. 
" lion. O. BLUNT, 

''Bounty Committee : 

" Bounty bill has passed. Hope to be able to aid you 
soon. " S. E. MARVIN, 

"P. M. Gen." 
I am, Sir, 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) O. BLUNT, 

Chairman. 

This did not appear to be sufficiently assuring to Major 
Dodge, as orders for the completion of the draft, of which 
the following is a specimen, were at once issued : 

OFFICE OF THE A. A. PROVOST-MARSHAL GENERAL, ) 
New York, March 30, 1805. f 

Captain F. C. WAGNER, 

Pro vost- Marshal, 

/Seventh District, Neio York: 
CAPTAIN 

On Saturday, April 1, you will procee'd to complete the 
draft in the Eleventh Ward. Drafted men will be noti- 



Doc. No. 12. 52 

fied as follows : The one hundred and twenty-five first 
on the list will report on Thursday, the 6th day of April ; 
the one hundred and twenty -five next on the list on Fri- 
day, the 7th, and so on one hundred and twenty-five 
each day, until the whole ward is completed. 

Drafted men accepted into 'service by the Board will be 
held, and no farther extension of time will be allowed. 
Substitutes for men so held can be obtained up to the 
time of their leaving the draft rendezvous at Hart's Island 
for the front. 

The examination and acceptance of volunteers and sub- 
stitutes will be always the first duty of the Board of 
Enrolment. 

The drafting and acceptance of men ordered to report 
will be second in importance to the acceptance of recruits 
(volunteers and substitutes) ; but the moment the latter 
business slackens, the former will be continued as ordered. 

The order of the Provost-Marshal General to be kept 
fully occupied, will be strictly and literally enforced. 

In your daily reports you will give the details of your ' 

work. 

I am, Captain, 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) E, I. DODGE, 

Major Twelfth Infantry, A, A. P. M, Gen. 



53- Doc. No. 12. 

On the orders, of which the foregoing is a specimen, 
the draft was actually commenced. 

The effect produced on the public mind, in. view of the 
prospective immediate enforcement of the conscription, 
can be best judged of by the following communication, 
which, on the publication of the above orders, was at 
once sent to the Common Council by his Honor the 

Mayor : 

MAYOR'S OFFICE, | 
Neio York, March 31, 1865. \ 

To tie Honorable the Common Council: 
GENTLEMEN 

s 

In view of the rigorous conscription" now in process of 
enforcement, and the evils which may ensue therefrom, I 
consider it my duty to recommend your honorable body 
to apply to the Legislature for authority to issue bonds, 
based on the credit of the corporation, to the amount of 
twenty millions of dollars, for the purpose of raising 
means to secure volunteers, and thus alleviate the burden 
of military service now so unequally imposed, and pre- 
vent the distress and horror that must follow the execu- 
tion of a measure that seems otherwise inevitable. I am 
in the hourly receipt of communications from poor 
mechanics and laboring men, who have been drafted, 
lamenting the fate which will compel them to leave 
behind destitute and suffering families. 

(Signed) C. GODFREY GUNTHEB, 

Mayor. 



Doc. 1 No. 12. .54 

Tliis communication was presented to the Board of 
Councilmen on the day of its date, and was by them refer- 
red to a special committee, who, on the 3d of April, made 
the following report, which was adopted by the Board : 

" The undersigned, a special committee of the Board of 
Conncilmen, to whom was referred the annexed message 
from his Honor the Mayor, recommending the Common 
Council ' to apply to the Legislature for authority to issue 
bonds based on the credit of the corporation, to the 
amount of twenty million dollars ($20,000,000), for the 
purpose of raising means to secure volunteers, and thus 
alleviate the burden of military service now so unequally 
imposed, and prevent the distress and horrors that must 
follow the execution of a measure that seems inevitable,' 
would respectfully report 

" That they have carefully considered the proposition 
contained in this message, and are pleased to find the 
chief magistrate so solicitous upon a subject which at 
this time demands the attention of every official and 
every citizen. Conscious of the suffering which must be 
entailed upon the poorer classes of the community by the 
full execution of the conscription now in progress, your 
committee would willingly approve this or any other 
measure which could be devised reasonably calculated 
to avert the threatened calamity. 

" But to this proposition of his Honor the Mayor there 



55 Boc. No. 12. 

are several objections, which seem to your committee in- 
surmountable. 

11 First There remain but a few days of the present 
legislative session, as the hundred days will expire on the 
llth instant, and to introduce any new bill at this late 
day would require unanimous consent. 

"Second Such unanimous consent cannot be expected, 
inasmuch as the Legislature has spent much of the pres- 
ent session in perfecting a law covering the whole subject 
of bounties to volunteers and relief to drafted men in this 
State, and the proposition of his honor the Mayor would 
be in apparent conflict with that law. 

"Third The County has authority and has adopted the 
usual measures to raise the necessary means to relieve 
this City from the draft ; but although the Board of Su- 
pervisors, the County Committee on Volunteering, tluj 
Comptroller, and the Common Council itself, have 
urgently appealed to capitalists to take the loan for this 
purpose, the amount subscribed has been entirely inade- 
quate' to accomplish the object in view. While there is 
believed to be a sufficiency of men ready to volunteer to 
supply the requirements of the Government, the execu- 
tion of the draft can only be ascribed to the lukewarm- 
ness of capitalists in furnishing means for this patriotic 
purpose. If the State, as is understood, cannot raise the 
thirty millions of dollars ($30,000,000) bounty fund an- 



Doc. No. 12. 56 

thorized by the new law, nor the County the compara- 
tively insignificant amount of two millions of dollars 
($2,000,000), it is not probable that the City could raise 
the twenty millions of dollars ($20,000,000) proposed, 
even if they were to receive the necessary legislative 
authority. 

"Fourth For two years the County authorities have 
had in charge the business of raising the quotas of this 
County, and are now at work endeavoring to avert the 
draft. It is doubtful whether at this time the action pro- 
posed by his Honor the Mayor could be productive of 
substantial good. 

" If the Common Council were at this late day to take 
the matter in hand, it might have a tendency to compli- 
cate the business, and rather impede than assist the ac- 
complishment of the desired end. 

,. " In view of these facts, your committee offer for adop- 
tion the following resolution : 

"Resolved, That the special committee be discharged 
from the further consideration of the communication 
of his Honor the Mayor, and that the same be ordered 
on file. 

"All of which is respectfully submitted. 

" ABRAHAM LENT, ) . 7 

" JOHN HEALY, \ r bpecuu ^ 

"JAMES G. BRINKMAN, i ( 



57 Doc, No. 12. 

There was as yet no prospect of funds from the State. 
It was now generally understood that the State authori- 
ties found it quite as difficult to realize money on the bonds 
of the State as it had been found by the County au- 
thorities to realize on the bonds of the County. It was 
thought, however, that if the County could obtain some 
of the State bonds, wo might be able to sell them, and 
thus replenish our exhausted funds. 

On the 1st of April, your honorable body adopted a 
resolution (see Appendix "A"), calling on the Governor 
to transfer to the credit of this County two million dol- 
lars ($2,000,000) of the State bonds authorized to be is- 
sued under the State bounty laws of 1865, and the fol- 
lowing dispatch was sent to his Excellency : 

HEADQUARTERS Co. COM. ON VOLUNTEERING, ) 
New York, April 1, 1865. J 



His Excellency, REUBEN E. FENTON, 

Governor State of New York, 

Albany. New York: 

The draft in this County is in progress, and it is 
threatened to carry the men away. We think we could 
readily raise all the men required if we had the money, 
We are entirely without means. 

There is due this County now about three million 
dollars ($3,000,000) under the State bounty law. You 
informed me yesterday that you had not money sufficient 



Doc. No. 12. 58 

to reimburse this County the amount due in cash. Will 
you reimburse the County for the moneys thus far ex- 
pended in State bonds ? If so, under instructions of the 
Board of Supervisors, I would respectfully request that 
you will at once cause to be issued to the credit of this 
County the sum of two million dollars ($2,000,000) on 
account of the amount due us, or so much thereof as you 
may deem consistent, and the Comptroller will give his 
receipt for the same. Please answer immediately. 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) OKISON BLUNT, 

Chair.man Nciv York Co. Com. on Vol. 

The following dispatch was received in reply : 

ALBANY, April ], 1865. 
ORISON BLUNT, 

Chairman N. Y. Volunteer Committee : 

Answer to your despatch of this date, I understand 
from Comptroller that bonds are ready. My Paymaster- 
General will pay bonds to City and County of New York, 
upon proof being furnished, as required in his circular of 
March 30. 

(Signed) E. E. FENTON. 

Shortly after, we received instructions as to the proofs 
required to obtain reimbursement for our claim against 



59 Doc, No. 12. 

the State. (These instructions will be found appended, 
marked " I).") Within twenty-four hours from the time 
the blanks were received, we had prepared and presented 
our first claim for reimbursement. This was at once hon- 
ored, but instead of receiving all money, as we had hoped, 
we obtained but fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) in cash, 
the balance being in bonds. This fifty thousand dollars 
($50,000) was all the money which we obtained from the 
State by way of reimbursement, from first to last ; it did 
not last one day, and, as the State bonds at that time were 
found to be no more saleable than County securities, our 
last resource failed us. 

Previous to this time, a large proportion of the recruits 
enlisted in this County had been mustered in at the 
rooms of your committee, mainly because they refused to 
go elsewhere ; and of one hundred (100) men a day enlist- 
ed, at least eighty (SO) were mustered at our office, while 
but about twenty (20) would be enlisted at the offices of 
the six Provost-Marshals. Of course this left the Provost- 
Marshals with little or nothing to do. On the seventh of 
April, your committee received the following communi- 
cation on this subject : 

NEW YORK, April 6, 18G5 
To Hon. WM. M. TWEED, 

President of the Board of Supervisors : 
DEAR SIR 

The undersigned, representing the drafted men and 
citizens of their several districts, desire in the most re- 



.Doc. No. 12. GO 

spectful manner, to urge upon you, and through you the 1 
members of your honorable body, the necessity of taking 
some action to assist in relieving them from the clutches 
of the Provost-Marshals. ^We have been authoritatively 
informed that Major Dodge, the Provost-Marshal Gener- 
al of this district, has positively stated, that if his assistants 
are kept " reasonably busy " mustering recruits, the draft 
will not be enforced ; that that is the important and only 
one condition upon which a practical postponement of the 
draft can be effected. To reach this result, it is very 
generally believed, if the efforts to obtain recruits that 
are now being made through the County Volunteering 
Committee in the Park, at the Battery, and other places, 
were discontinued, or even modi/ted, in such a way as to 
enable such recruits received at those places to be exam- 
ined, mustered in, and paid at the District Provost-Mar- 
shals' offices, that the result so earnestly desired would be 
most certainly accomplished. 

We are also authoritatively informed that the capaci- 
ties of the several Provost-Marshal's offices in this City, 
for mustering men. are twenty-five (25) per day. 

We arc further informed that twenty (20) men fur- 
nished per day at each of the district offices will cer- 
tainly keep the Marshals reasonably employed. There 
being six (f>) of such offices, it will be seen at once that 
the average recruits, substitutes, and volunteers have 
heretofore exceeded the aggregate required, viz. : one 



61 Doc. No. 12. 

hundred and twenty men per day. In calling your at- 
tention thus earnestly to the subject, we desire to dis- 
claim all intentions of questioning the purity of purpose 
and integrity of action that have marked the efforts of 
your honorable body, thus far, in providing for the emer- 
gencies of the draft ; but we would be false to our con- 
victions of duty, to our families, and those dependent 
upon us, if we did not firmly present our claims to your 
attention, and request an earnest consideration of the 
subject at the very earliest practicable moment. 

(Signed) 

NELSON TAYLOR, Chairman, 

Executive Com. Tenth Ward. 
IGNATIUS FLYNN, Alderman, 

Fifth District. 
TERENCE FARLEY, 

Nineteenth Ward. 
J. C. PARK, Chairman, 

Special Com. Sixteenth Ward. 
PETER MASTERSON, 

Twenty-second Ward. 
JOHN KELLY, Shcri/. 
WAI. L. ELY, Representative, 

Seventh Ward Executive Com. 
JAMES L. MILLER, 

Seventeenth Ward. 
EDMUND STEPHENSON, Chairman, 
Twenty-first Ward Com, 



Doc. No. 12. 62 



MICHAEL NORTON, Chairman, 

Eighth Ward Com. 
JOHN BRICE, Chairman, 

Executive Com. Twentieth Ward. 
JOHN HEALY, Chairman, 

Executive Com. Fourth Ward. 
JOHN POX, Supervisor. 
JOHN MOORE, Alderman, 

First District. 
EDWARD HOGAN, Judge, 

First Police District. 
Hon. JOHN CALLAHAN, 

First Ward. 
C. H. MARSHALL, Chairman, 

Fifteenth Ward Meeting for Recruiting. 
A. VRIEDENBURGH, Secretary, 

Fifteenth Ward Com. 
J. B. TAYLOR, 

10 Hubert street. 
JOSEPH SHANNON, Alderman, 

Sixth District. 
LEWIS R. RYERS, Alderman, 

Ninth District. 
BERNARD KELLY, Alderman, 

Twelfth District. 
WM. C. GOVER, Coroner, 

Tenth Ward/ 



63 Doc. No. 12. 

Anxious to avert the calamity threatening under the 
progressing draft, of the taking of unwilling men from 
their homes for the army, and determined to try any ex- 
periment likely to aid in the end to be achieved, your 
committee at once adopted the following preamble and 
resolutions : 

" W/iereas, It is stated that the Government authorities 
express a willingness to forego the enforcement of the 
draft in this County, so long as the various Provost-Mar- 
shals shall be kept "reasonably busy " mustering in re- 
cruits ; and 

" Whereas, Urgent appeals have been made to this com- 
mittee, to the end that all the labor of examining and 
mustering recruits shall be thrown upon the various Pro- 
vost-Marshals, with the view of keeping them " reason- 
ably busy," and thus leaving them no time to proceed 
with the draft ; and 

" Whereas, This committee is now, as it always has 
been, ready to adopt any measure which may be deemed 
judicious and calculated to achieve the end in view, of 
preventing our citizens from being conscripted ; and 

" Whereas, This committee has always kept the Provost- 
Marshals supplied with the necessary means to pay all 
the men ottering at their several offices, when there were 
funds sufficient for that purpose, and the present proposi- 
tion but requires an extension of that system, and that 



Doc. No. 12. 64 

the Provost-Marshals shall be required to examine and 
muster in all the volunteers offering for their respective 
districts ; therefore, be it 

" Resolved, That all recruits hereafter applying at the 
offices of this committee, in the Park and at the Battery, 
for enlistment, shall be examined and mustered at the 
offices of the various Provost-Marshals of the districts to 
which such recruits are entitled to be credited, the same 
as substitutes now applying at these offices are examined 
and mustered ; this arrangement to take effect on and 
after Monday next, and to continue as long as it shall 
appear that it tends to keep the Provost-Marshals " rea- 
sonably employed," and that the whole number of recruits 
is not diminished thereby. 

''Resolved) That the Provost-Marshals of the various 
districts be requested to muster all recruits for the regu- 
lar army and navy, as well as volunteers, and in case 
they have not the power to so muster, this committee will, 
as heretofore, provide that they be mustered in by the 
proper officer." 

But this expedient was of little avail. The Provost- 
Marshals could not be supplied with funds sufficient to 
pay all the men offering. But even of the number to 
pay whom funds could be raised, it was with difficulty 
they could be induced to enlist anywhere but at the 
committee's rooms, so great was the confidence of those 
enlisting that with us they were sure to be justly dealt by. 



65 Doc. No. 12. 

The draft was now in progress all over the City, the 
wheel had turned in nearly all the sub-districts, and 
the conscripted were in constant fear that they might be 
called on and taken away. 

A cloud seemed to rest upon our threatened people. 
There was just one gleam of light in the continued suc- 
cess of the Union armies, and hope was entertained that 
our triumph would speedily become so thorough, that in- 
stead of the demand for men bein enforced it would be 

O 

found that no more men would be needed. 

This hope was universal. It was seized upon by the 
local associations as a cause which should operate to re- 
lieve us from the draft, and the Chief of the Advisory 
Board of the Twenty-second AVard Association applied 
to Major Dodge to know whether our own recent victo- 
ries might not relieve us from the conscription. But, 
although that impression was not confirmed by the reply 
of Major Dodge, the hope of relief from this cause did 
not die out, The following was Major Dodge's reply : 

OFFICE OF A. A. PROVOST-MARSHAL GENERAL, 
SUPERINTENDENT VOLUNTEER RECRUITING SERVICE, 
SOUTHERN DIVISION OF NEW YORK, 

New York, April 8. 
Col. R. D. GOODWIN, 

Chief of the Advisory Board, &c. : 
SIR 

Yours of the Cth instant is received. I regret that the 
people of the Twenty-second Ward have formed so erro- 



Doc. No. 12. 66 

neons an impression of the results (to them, as connected 
with the draft) of our recent victories. 

I have no reason to think that New York City will not 
l>e required to fill her quota under the last call. On the 
contrary, I believe the men to be necessary, and that the 
Government will exact them. 

Orders have been given, and arrangements made in 
every district, that the moment the Provost-Marshal finds 
himself not fully occupied enlisting volunteers and sub- 
stitutes, he proceed with the duties connected with the 
draft. 

Unless ordered to the contrary by the War Depart- 
ment, I shall exact of New York City every man of her 
quota, and the sooner the people make up their minds 
that the men must be furnished, the better it will be for 
all concerned. 

I am, Sir, very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) EICHAKD I. DODGE, 

St. Lt.-Col U. S. A., A. A. P. M. G. 

Truly, this was the darkest hour just before the dawn. 
Even the last hope that the success of the Union arms 
might save us was dying out, when suddenly the great 
weight of anxiety, which had fallen like a pall upon 



07 Doc, No. 12. 

the people in view of the draft, was removed. An order 
Avas issued to discontinue nil recruiting for the army 
and navy. This was the brief announcement : 

[Circular No. 47.] 

Nicw YOKK, April 14, 1865. 

In compliance with instructions received from the bu- 
reau of the Provost-Marshal General of the United States, 
the business of 'recruiting and drafting will be discon- 
tinued in this district until further orders. 

By order of 

(Signed) PJCIIAED I. DODGE, 

Brevet Lieutenant- Colonel. 

Probably nothing could have added to the intense 
satisfaction of our people, in view of the acknowledged 
virtual suppression of the rebellion, as did this order, 
which relieved them from all fear of the conscription. It 
was indeed an occasion of universal joy to the citizens of 
the County of New York. 

In view of this order, your committee at once held a 
meeting, and adopted the following resolution : 

Resolved, That all business in the way of recruiting be 
suspended from and after this date. 

This resolution was adopted on the 14th of April, and 
on that day the last volunteer for the County of New 



Doc. No. 12. 68 

York was paid his bounty, and the account with the 
Government, under the President's call of December 19, 
1864, for three hundred thousand (300,000) men, closed. 

Your committee, in this as in former reports, have en- 
deavored to confine themselves to simple facts, desiring 
to make only a complete record of the business intrusted 
to their care. 

Following, under proper headings, will be found such 
statements in relation to the raising of the quota under 
the call of December 19, 1864, as were inappropriate 
for the brief historical sketch preceding this. The sub- 
jects treated of are as follows : 

I. The Army Enlistments. 
II. The Naval Enlistments. 

III. The First Corps (Major-General Hancock). 

IV. The Veteran Reserve Corps. 

V. Substitutes in anticipation of the Draft, ' 
VI. 'Recruiting for other localities. 
VII. Services of the State Militia. 
VIII. Credits under the last call. 
IX. Men furnished during the Rebellion. 
X. Construction of the State Bounty Laws of 1865. 



G9 Doc. No, 12, 

XL The Revision of the Quota. 

t 
XII. The Bureau of Military Statistics. 

XIII. Accommodations for Volunteering Purposes. 

XIV. Finances. 

XV. Total expenditures for War Purposes during the 
Rebellion. 

XVI. Suits against the Committee. 

XVII. Reimbursements for Bounties paid under the 
Call of December 19, 1864, 

XVIII. Further Reimbursement. 

XIX. Claims made for Bounties after payment thereof 
was discontinued. 

XX. Appeal of the Volunteer and Substitute Agents. 
XXL The Naval Credits of 1864. 
XXII. Men Re-enlisted in the Field. 

XXIII. The Examining Department. 

XXIV. The Enrolment Bureau. 
XXV. Appendices. 



Doc. No. 12. 70 



I. The Army Enlistments. 

The enlistment of recruits for the array at the rooms 
of your committee, under the last call, was in charge of 
Captain Kichard C. Parker, 12th U. S. Infantry, who had 
been in service at the committee's headquarters since 
January, 1864. Towards the close of recruiting, when 
the number of men offering became largely increased, 
Captain Parker was assisted by Lieutenant G. Van 
Schaick Aiken, 8th U. S. Infantry, Major August Thie- 
man, 12th U. S. Infantry, Lieutenant Robert J. Ward, 
1st U. S. Cavalry, Lieutenant C. M. Pyne, Gth U. S. In- 
fantry, and Lieutenant Hanson E. Weaver, 8th U. S. In- 
fantry ; Lieutenant Pyne being principally employed at 
the branch office at the Battery. 

All these mustering officers very faithfully discharged 
their duties, but especially is the County indebted to 
Captain Parker for his long and valuable services. 
Though an anxious applicant for more active duty, 
your committee found his assistance so indispensable that 
they prevailed on the Government authorities to con- 
tinue him with us. 

The medical examinations for the army were in charge 
of Dr. William F. Browne, who was in service at the 
committee's rooms from May, 1864, He was assisted dm 1 - 



71 Doc. No. 12. 

ing the time when the largest number was enlisting, by 
Dr. James McNulty ; Dr. Moses was in attendance at the 
Battery. Something of the magnitude of the labor de- 
volving upon these gentlemen may be imagined from the 
fact that the number enlisted represented only about one- 
third of the number rejected. To demonstrate how well 
these gentlemen discharged their duty needs only the state- 
ment that, of the many thousand men enlisted by your 
committee, not over half a dozen of the whole number 
were discharged for disability at the time of their passing 
medical examination, and of these few, nearly all were 
for causes which might easily escape the most careful 
examination. 

The number of volunteers enlisted for the army under 
the last call was five thousand four hundred and twenty- 
four (5,424) ; of re-enlisted men, one hundred and thirty 
(130), making a total of five thousand five hundred and 
fifty-four (5,554). There was paid in bounties and hand- 
money to volunteers two million six hundred and one 
thousand one hundred and fifty-five dollars ($2,601,155) ; 
to re-enlisted men thirty-nine thousand two hundred and 
forty dollars ($39,240), making a total of two million six 
hundred and forty thousand three hundred and ninety -five 
dollars ($2,640,395). There were also enlisted through our 
office for the army five hundred and fifty-four (554) sub- 
stitutes, making the total enlistments for the army six 
thousand one hundred and eight (6,108) men. 



Doc. No. 12. 72 



II. The Naval Enlistments. 

Up to the middle of October, the regulations in regard 
to enlistments in the navy had been such that your com- 
mittee had been unable to devise any means by which 
the bounty could be paid with facility to men enlisting 
in this branch of the service. The regulations which re- 

o 

quired that men should undergo their final examination 
on board the receiving ship, of course necessitated the 
withholding of the bounty until they had actually 
passed their examination on board of the vessel. This 
system had given so much trouble and dissatisfaction in 
raising recruits under the preceding call, that your com- 
mittee were loth to again commence paying bounties to 
naval men under such disadvantageous circumstances. 
But as many men were offering for the navy, it was en- 
deavored to procure the re-establishment of the rendez- 
vous for final examination at our own office, instead of on 
board ship. A telegram was first addressed to the Navy 
Department, with a view to ascertaining whether men 
were needed for that branch of the service, as follows : 

COUNTY COMMITTEE ON VOLUNTEERING, ) 
New York, November 22, 1864. ) 
Mr. Fox, 

Assistant Secretary of Navy : 
SIB 

Does the Navy Department require men for the service ? 
We are having a great many applications to ship sea- 



73 Doc. No. 12. 

men, ordinary seamen, and first and second-class iiremen. 
This County is now the only one paying bounties; and 
hence all who desire to enlist are applying to us. The 
bounties paid by the County arc liberal, viz. : Three hun- 
dred dollars ($300) for three (3) years ; two hundred dol- 
lars ($200) for two (2) years, and one hundred dollars 
($100) for one (1) year. 

We have no doubt that we could make such arrange- 
ments for these shipments as would prove entirely satis- 
factory both to the department and to the County. Please 
answer immediately. 

(Signed) O. BLUNT, 

Chairman N. Y. County Com. on Vol. 

The following reply was received : 

NAVY DEPARTMENT, ) 

BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT AND RECRUITING, V 

Washington, Nov. 22, 1864. j 

SIB 

Your telegram of this date, to the Secretary of the 
Navy, has been referred to this Bureau. 

The department will co-operate with you in any ar- 
rangement by which seamen, ordinary seamen, and fire- 
men may be enlisted in the navy. 



Doc. No. 12. 74 

As many of the above rates as offer will be accepted. 
Government bounty is still paid to naval recruits. 

Respectfully, 

Tour obedient servant, 

(Signed) A. K SMITH, 

Chief of Bureau. 
lion. ORISON BLUNT, 

Chairman Com. on Vol., N. Y. 

A proposition was then made to Mr. Smith to re- 
establish the rendezvous for final examination at our 
office, as follows : 

COUNTY COMMITTEE ON VOLUNTEERING, ) 
New York, Nov. 23, 1864. f 

A. N". SMITH, 

Chief of Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting: 
SIR 

Yours of the 22d, in reply to my telegram, is received. 
We propose to enlist seamen, ordinary seamen and fire- 
men, for one (1), two (2) and three (3) years service, in the 
same manner they were formerly enlisted by us, viz. : 

Men will be shipped at the various naval rendezvous, 
and undergo their first examination there ; the final ex- 
amination to be undergone at this office, where all neces' 
sary accommodations will be afforded. 



75 Doc. No. 12. 

That the final examination shall bo at this office, and 
not aboard ship, is absolutely necessary, to secure justice 
alike to the men, the County and the Government, in the 
payment of bounties. 

, It was the plan proceeded upon originally, when we 
enlisted so many men, from whom there was never any 
dissatisfaction or complaint of fraud. Of course, we can 
pay bounty to no man until finally passed and accepted, 
but to do this aboard ship we have found utterly impos- 
sible. We will, therefore, immediately recommence ship- 
ping men for the navy, if you will issue an order creating 
this office a rendezvous for final examination, and detail- 
ing an officer to take charge of the same, w r ith surgeons 3 

&c. 

Yours, very respectfully, 

(Signed) O. BLUNT, 

Chairman County Committee on Volunteering. 

The following reply was received : 

NAVY DEPARTMENT, ) 

BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT AND KECRUITINO, > 

Washington, November 25, 1864. ) 

SIR 

The Bureau has directed the rendezvous at Jersey City 
to be closed, and removed to the City Hall Park. 

Will you be good enough to confer with Admiral 
rankling, who will be requested by the Bureau to afford 



Doc. No. 12. 76 

you every facility possible ? There is a great scarcity of 
seamen, &c., in our squadrons, and I hope the result will 
equal your anticipation concerning enlistments. 

Respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) A. 1ST. SMITH, : 

Chief of Bureau. 
Hon. O. BLUNT, 

New York. 

Subsequently, it appeared that Admiral Paulding, in 
charge of the Brooklyn Navy-yard, had also applied to the 
Navy Department, to have our ofh'ce made the rendez- 
vous for final examinations, and had received the follow- 
ing letter from A. N. Smith, Chief of the Bureau of 
Equipments, &c. : 



NAVY DEPARTMENT, 

BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT AND RECRUITING 
Washington, December 4, 186-4 



NG, V 



SIR 



Your letter of the second instant is received. Your 
suggestion relative to enlisting seamen, ordinary seamen, 
and firemen, for the station under your command, through 
the Park Barracks, making it the final place of examina- 
tion, is approved. 



77 Doc, No. 12. 

It is presumed that a guard will bo detailed to escort 
the recruits to the receiving-ship, as was formerly done. 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) A. K SMITH, 

Chief of Bureau. 
Rear Admiral HIRAM PAUfJHNG, 

Commandant Navy-yard, Brooklyn. 

It was not, however, until the 12th of December that 
an officer was detailed to open the naval rendezvous at 
our office. The committee then addressed the following 
letter to each of the officers in charge of the naval rendez- 
vous in this City : 

HEADQUARTERS COUNTY COMMITTEE ON VOL., '( 
New York, December 12, 18C4. J 



The County of New York is now paying bounty to 
men shipped in the navy and credited to the County. 

The Department has made this ollice the final examin- 
ing office, the same as it was in April. The bounty now 
paid to volunteers is as follows : 

For a recruit for three years, three hundred dollars $300 
Hand-money paid to person bringing him, fifty dol- 
lars 50 

For a recruit for two years, two hundred dollars.. . 200 



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Hand-money paid to person bringing him, thirty 

dollars $30 

For a recruit for one year, one hundred dollars. . . . 100 
Hand-money paid to person bringing him, twenty 
dollars 20 

The bounty paid to substitutes is as follows : 

For a recruit for three years, six hundred dollars . . COO 
Hand-money paid to person bringing him, fifty dol- 
lars 50 

For a recruit for two years, four hundred dollars . . 400 
Hand-money paid to person bringing him, thirty 

dollars 30 

For a recruit for one year, two hundred dollars .... 200 
Hand-money paid to person bringing him, twenty 

dollars 20 

We will send you all the necessary blanks we require. 
The rolls will have to be returned, as before, in order that 
the proper credits may be made. 

A guard will be detailed from the Navy-yard to take 
the men from this place to the receiving-ship. 

I remain 

Yours, respectfully, 

(Signed) O. BLUNT, 

Cl i air man. 



79 .Doc. No. li 

On the 15th of December, the enlistment of naval re- 
cruits commenced again at our office ; and from that time 
until the close of recruiting, in April, 1865, there were 
enlisted in all four hundred and thirty-four (434) naval 
volunteers; the total expenditure under this head for 
bounties and premiums summing up three hundred and 
eight thousand eight hundred and thirty dollars 
($308,830). There were also enlisted at our office for the 
navy seventy-three (73) substitutes, at an expense of sixty- 
two thousand six hundred dollars ($62,600), making the 
total enlistments for the navy five hundred and seven 
(507) men. 

The naval rendezvous w r as in charge of Acting-Master 
John Baker, who, from the commencement of our opera- 
tions in enlisting men for the navy, had been in charge of 
that business at our office. Dr. Richard C. Dean was the 
medical officer of the rendezvous. Both of these gentle- 
men were of very great service in their positions, and 
discharged their duties faithfully and efficiently. 



Doc. No. 12. 80 



III. The First Corps (Maj. -General 
Hancock.) 

Early in December, your committee were advised that 
Major-General Hancock had been authorized to raise a 
corps of veterans for special service ; that extra induce- 
ments were to be held out by the Government for such 
enlistments, and the County bounty was claimed for such 
men as should enlist from the County of New York. 

On the 10th of December, documents were received, 
detailing the plans for organizing this corps (see Ap- 
pendix "E"). 

From these papers it seemed impossible to pay these 
bounties, because there appeared to be no guarantee that 
credits might not be changed. Besides, all enlistments 
were to be consummated in Washington, which would 
render it necessary to send a paymaster to Washington to 
pay these bounties, or to pay here through a power of 
attorney. Neither of these plans had ever been pur- 
sued by your committee, and either was so very objec- 
tionable that it appeared to estop any attempt to pay the 
local bounty of the County of New York to the First 
Army Corps. 

On the 12th of December, the following letter, relative 
to bounty to these men, was received : 



81 Doc. No. 12. 



HEADQUARTERS FIRST CORPS, ) 
Washington, D. C., December 10, 1864. j" 

SIR- 

Yeteran soldiers from New York City, calling at the 
rendezvous in Washington to enlist in the First Corps,- 
state that the authorities of New York City offer one 
hundred dollars ($100) local bounty to recruits, and the 
veterans wish to receive it. 

The Major-General commanding desires me to inquire 
if one hundred dollars ($100) bounty is offered by the 
corporate authorities of your City, and if so, in what 
manner soldiers who come here to enlist may be enabled 
to receive such local bounty if credited to New York. 

I have the honor to remain, 

Respectfully, your obedient servant, 

(Signed) FINLEY ANDERSON, 

Assistant Adjutant- General. 
To ORISON BLUNT, 

Ntw York City. 

Your committee replied, detailing the difficulties in the 
way of paying the local bounty to the First Corps, and 
suggesting a remedy, as follows : 



Doc. No. 12. 82 

COUNTY COMMITTEE ON VOLUNTEERING, f 
New York, December 14, 1864. [ 
FIN LEY ANDERSON, 

Assistant- Adjutant General, .First Corps, 

Washmgton, I). C. : 
SIR 

In reply to your favor of 10th instant, I liavc the honor 
to state : The County of New York is now paying boun- 
ties of one hundred dollars ($100), two hundred dollars 
($200), and three hundred dollars ($300), respectively, for 
one (1), two (2), and three (3) years men. These bounties 
are paid into the hands of recruits on the spot, and at 
the time of enlistment, and are never paid by us in any 
other way. In reply, therefore, to your inquiry as to 
" how soldiers who come here to enlist may be enabled 
to receive such local bounties if credited to New York," 
I have to say that they can only be paid in the manner 
above indicated, viz., at the time of enlistment, and in 
the recruit's own hand. 

Taking much interest in the project of raising a corps 
for General Hancock, I have read circular No. 2, trans- 
mitted to me, with care. You will allow me, in view of 
my long experience in raising and paying volunteers, to 
suggest that I think if the regulations detailed in that 

oo o 

circular could be slightly amended, the result achieved 
would be more satisfactory, the corps would be filled up 
more rapidly, and the men enlisted be much better satis- 
fied with the manner of the payment of the money. The 
following are the amendments I would suggest : 



83 Doc. No. 12. 

Amend the first paragraph, as to enlisted men, by strik- 
ing out the words "in the City," and adding after the 
word " made the words "by the Provost-Marshal of the 
district in which the enlisted man may reside." 

Amend the third paragraph by inserting after the 
words " mustered in " the words following, viz., " through 

o ' o 

the hands of a paymaster detailed for that purpose at the 
office of the A. A. P. M. General of the district. " 

Amend the fourth paragraph by adding after the 
word "bounties" the words following, viz., "and after 
the payment of the local bounty no change of credit shall 
be allowed." 

The effect of these amendments, you will perceive, 
would be to allow the recruit to be mustered in by the 
Provost-Marshal of the district where lie is to be cred- 
ited, and there receive his bounty, &c.. which would 
enable him to dispose of it on the spot for the benefit 
of his family, if he has any. 

I should be pleased to receive from yon any sugges- 
tions as to the payment of the local bounty. 

I am, Sir, 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) O. BLUNT, 

Chairman Co. Com. on Vol. 



Doc. No. 12. 84 

In reply to this, a letter was received from General 
Hancock, which seemed to render it impossible to pay 
the local bounty to the men enlisting in his corps, in- 
asmuch as, if there were no other difficulty, the right 
was still claimed to change the credits, under certain cir- 
cumstances, after the bounty was paid. In such cases, 
your committee were told, the men whose credits were 
changed would be proceeded against to recover the 
bounty. It was not deemed judicious to take that risk. 
The following was General Hancock's letter : 

HEADQUARTERS FIRST CORPS, } 
Washington,, D. C\, December 17, 1864. j 

SIR 

I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your 
communication of the 14th inst., stating the bounties 
paid recruits by the County of New York, and the 
mode of paying them, and suggesting amendments to 
circular No. 2, December 3, from these Headquarters. 

I have the honor to say that that circular was based 
upon a similar circular (No. 8G) from the War Depart- 
ment, and the original order (No. 287) providing for 
the raising and organizing of this new army corps, both 
of which were transmitted to you. 

In reply to your proposed amendments J would say 
that the first amendment could not be entertained by 
me, because, to say that all enlistments and musters-in 



85 Doc, No. 12. 

should be made by the Provost-Marshal of the district 
in which the enlisted man may reside, would be a di- 
rect disobedience of instructions from the War Depart- 
ment, which distinctly states that they will be made 
at the rendezvous near Washington ; and that was the 
reason I asked you if arrangements could not be made 
whereby the bounty given recruits by the County of 
New York could be paid into the hands of veterans 
enlisting here. 

The second amendment, providing that the special 
bounty of three hundred dollars ($300) should be paid 
through the hands of a paymaster detailed for that pur- 
pose, at the office of the A. A. P. M. General of the dis- 
trict, could not be made for the same reason, namely : 
That according to the instructions from the War De- 
partment, all enlistments and musters-in must be made in 
this City. With reference to the third amendment, that 
after the payment of the local bounty no change of credit 
shall be made, I would respectfully call your attention to 
the section of the circular from the War Department on the 
subject. The intention is to give the credit to the locality 
which is legally entitled to it, and in order to render jus- 
tice in cases where wrong might be committed, the cir- 
cular provides that, if after a recruit has sworn to his 
place of residence, it should subsequently be ascertained 
that it was not correctly given, the credit will be taken 
from the place to which it was erroneously assigned and 
transferred to the proper place of domicil of the recruit. 



Doc. No. 12. 86 

When recruits are being mustered- in here, every pre- 
caution is taken in order that there shall be no injustice 
done in giving credit to localities. If desired, any local 
agents paying bounties here will be furnished certificates 
showing that veterans have been duly credited to such 
localities; and if any case should occur wherein credit 
shall be incorrectly given, the recruit will be proceeded 
against, with a view of making him refund any money 
which he may have fraudulently obtained. 

The advantage to the veterans of having the local 
bounty paid at home is counterbalanced here by the fact 
that an agent of Adams' Express Company is sent to the 
rendezvous twice a week, or oftener, to receive and for- 
ward any money which veterans may wish to send their 
families or friends. One of the principal features of this 
corps is the fact that it is to be a purely federal force ; 
the appointments to be made and the commissions to be 
given by the President of the United States, and conse- 
quently the provision that all enlistments and musters-in 
shall be made in this City is designed to prevent any in- 
terference with Governors of States in reference to the 
appointment of officers. 

By paragraph five, circular 86, from the War Depart- 
ment, it is supposed that if the Governors of States apply 
to have the officers of this organization sent into their 
States to recruit, the Secretary of War will accede to such 



87 Doc. No. 12. 

an arrangement in the States, and in that case your views 
will be practically met, as far as that subject is concerned. 

I have the honor to remain, 

Respectfully, your obedient servant, 

(Signed) WINFIELD S. HANCOCK. 

To OKISON BLUNT, 

Chairman N. Y. Co. Com. on Volunteering. 

These difficulties in the payment of the local bounty 
were not overcome until some time after this. In the 
meantime there were many men enlisted in New York 
for the Second Hancock Corps, but they were all paid 
bounty by private enterprise, nearly all as substitutes for 
men in anticipation of draft. 

Finding that the objections urged by the committee to 
the payment of the local bounty materially interfered 
with enlistments for the First Corps, General Hancock sub- 
sequently gave the matter his personal attention, and made 
such regulations as enabled your committee to pay the 
local bounty to the men here. Under these circumstan- 
ces, there was a considerable number of men enlisted for 
the First Corps. 



Doc. No. 12. 88 



IV. The Veteran Reserve Corps, 

After the establishment of the Veteran Reserve Corps, 
and prior to October, 1864, many men were enlisted for 
that corps, and credited. Of course their credit secured 
them the County bounty. Your committee, from the first, 
entertained doubts as to the propriety of crediting these 
men, inasmuch as they were mostly disabled for active 
service. Payment in some instances was refused, when 
your committee were shown orders of credit on the quota 
which secured the pay. On the 13th of September, a tele- 
gram from the War Department announced that such 
credits would no longer be allowed. Subsequently, how- 
ever, this was countermanded by the following order; but, 
notwithstanding, your committee determined not to pay 
any further bounty to this class of men : 

WAR DEPARTMENT, J 

PROVOST-MARSHAL GENERAL'S OFFICE, 

Washington, D, C., September 15, 1861. j 

Brig.-Gen. WILLIAM HAYS, 

A. A. P. H. General, 

New York City : 
GENERAL 

A telegram was sent to you from this office, on the 13th 
inst, directing that hereafter men of the Veteran Reserve 
Corps who re-enlist will not be credited on. any quota. 



89 Doc. No. 12. 

In order that there may be no misunderstanding in re- 
gard to the above, the Provost-Marshal directs me to say 
that men in the corps, if they are able to do duty in the 
First Battalion, may still re-enlist under the provisions of 
General Order No. 235, A. O. G., current series, if they 
come within its provisions, and desire to do so; but they 
will not be entitled to bounty, nor to be credited to the 
quota of any district 

Men who enlist in the Veteran Reserve Corps, First 
Battalion, under existing orders, will still be credited to 
the quota the same as other troops. 

I am, General, 

Very respect fully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) M. N. WISEWAL, 

Col. and Ass 7 1 to Provost- Marshal General. 

Official copy respectfully furnished for the information 
of Orison Blunt, Esq., Chairman County Committee on 
Volunteering. 

(Signed) II. F. BROWNSON, 

Assistant Adjutant- General, 



Doc. No. 12. 90 



V. Substitutes in Anticipation of 
the Draft. 

In raising the quota under the call of the President 
dated July 18, 1864, for five hundred thousand (500,000) 
men, your committee saved to the County seventy-three 
thousand eight hundred and five dollars ($73,805) in 
amounts paid by individuals for substitutes in anticipa- 
tion of the draft, each of whom counted on the quota of 
the County without cost to the public funds. 

It occurred to your committee that a much larger sav- 
ing might be made to the County, under the call of De- 
cember 19, 1864, by continuing the business of furnishing 
substitutes for private citizens at their own expense. For 
the purpose of starting fairly in this matter, the following 
letter was addressed to General Hays : 

COUNTY COMMITTEE ON VOLUNTEERING, ) 
New York, October 29, 1864. f 

Brig.-General WM. HAYS, 

A. A. P. M. General: 
SIR 

With a view to affording facilities to those who desire 
to have enlisted for them substitutes in anticipation of 
the draft, or representative recruits, the Committee on 



91 Doc. No. 12. 

Volunteering propose, in addition to its volunteering 
business, to re-open books for deposit for that purpose, 
and to enlist men for such as deposit with them. That 
we may proceed understandingly, will you please answer 
the following queries : 

First Are we correct in supposing the distinction be- 
tween a " representative recruit " and a " substitute in 
anticipation of the draft " to be that a " representative 
recruit " is one who represents some person who is not 
and under existing laws cannot be held liable to draft, 
and that a " substitute in anticipation of the draft " is one 
who represents some person who is, under existing laws, 
liable to draft ? 

Second All quotas being filled, and there being no 
call pending, cannot persons liable to draft, as well as 
those not liable, have a representative recruit enlisted for 
them, or must it be a substitute where a person is liable 
to be drafted in the event of a further call ? 

Third All quotas demanded of this County being 
filled, and there being no immediate prospect of any fur- 
ther call, cannot any person eligible as a volunteer be 
enlisted as a representative recruit, or as a substitute in 
anticipation of the draft ? 

Fourth If any person eligible as a volunteer cannot 
be enlisted as a representative recruit, or as a substitute. 



Doc. No. 12. 92 

in anticipation of the draft, what particular class of per- 
sons can be enlisted as representative recruits, and what 
class as substitutes in anticipation of the draft ? 

Fifth Are the representative recruits and substitutes 
in anticipation of the draft, or either of them, entitled to 
any Government bounty ; and, if they are, what amount, 
and how paid ? 

/Sixth Will all representative recruits and substitutes 
in anticipation of the draft be counted upon the quota in 
anticipation of any future call for men ? 

I am, Sir, 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) O. BLUNT, 

Chairman Co. Com. on Vol. 

To which the following reply was received : 

OFFICE A. A. P. M. GENERAL, j 

SOUTHERN DIVISION, 
New York, November 3, 1864. I 

Respectfully returned to Orison Blunt, Esq., Chairman 
County Committee on Volunteering, with the following 
reply to his questions : 

J?ir$t Yes, 



93 Doc. No. 12. 

Second Persons liable to draft cannot have represen- 
tative recruits, but may have substitutes. 

Third Any person eligible as a volunteer can be en- 
listed as a representative recruit ; but if taken as a sub- 
stitute iu anticipation of the draft, the principal is only 
exempted until substitute is liable. (Sec section 4, act of 
July 4, 1864.) 

Fourth Any person who passes the surgeon and mus- 
tering officer, is eligible as a representative recruit, but 
substitutes in anticipation of the draft only exempt prin- 
cipals until the substitutes themselves are liable. 

Fifth Representative recruits get bounties as follows : 
one hundred dollars ($100) for one year, two hundred 
dollars ($200) for two years, three hundred dollars ($300) 
for three years ; payable one-third on enlistment, one- 
third at the expiration of one-half the period of service, 
find one-third at the expiration of term of service. Sub- 
stitutes are not entitled to any United States bounty in 
any case. 

Sixth Yes. 

I3y command of Brig. -Gen. Hays. 

(Signed) II. F. BROWNSON, 

Assistant Adjutant- General. 



Doe. No. 12. 



94 



Understanding from this that all " representative re- 
cruits " and "substitutes in anticipation of tlie draft" 
would count on the quota as if they were volunteers, and 
thus every dollar paid by individuals for substitutes 
would be so much saved to the County, your committee 
at once opened books of deposit for this purpose, and on 
the 31st of October the first subscription was received. 

On opening the books of subscription for deposits for 
substitutes, the following amounts were required, being 
sufficient to cover the Government and the County boun- 
ties then paid : 





BOUNTY. 


PREMIUM. 


TOTAL. 


For one-year substitutes. . . 


$200 


$20 


$220 


For two-years substitutes. .. 


400 


80 


430 


For throe-years substitutes. 


GOO 


50 


050 



These amounts were unchanged until the increase in 
the County bounty rendered it necessary to require an 
increase in the amount deposited, in order to equal the 
Government and the County bounties then paid. There- 
fore, on the 14th of February, your committee adopted 
the following; resolution : 



" Resolved, That the amount to be deposited for substi- 



95 



Doc. No. 11 



tutes be increased, to conform to the new bounties, and 
to cover the amount of the United States bounty, as fol- 
lows : 





BOUNTY. 


IMIKMIITM 


TOTAL. 


Deposit for one-year substitutes. . . 


$400 


$50 


$450 


Deposit lor two-years substitutes.. 


(100 


75 


G75 


Deposit for three-years substitutes. 


900 


100 


1 ,000 



















and that all persons who have deposited an amount 
less than the above, be notified that the additional amount 
will be needed to obtain a substitute.' 7 

The business of enlisting substitutes was rendered 
much more difficult under the call of December than 
under the call of July, by reason of regulations estab- 
lished by the Government officials. 

These regulations were rendered necessary because of 
frauds which had been perpetrated by bounty brokers in 
the sale of blank credits for alleged substitutes enlisted. 

Formerly, substitutes were enlisted at the rooms of 
your committee for credit to any district in the County, 
the same as volunteers were enlisted, but now every sub- 
stitute was required to be enlisted by the Provost-Mar- 
shal of the district where the principal claimed his resi- 
dence. 



Doc. No. 12. 96 

Especially was this system disadvantageous as regards 
the enlistment of substitutes for the navy. The following 
will show the circumlocutory process through which 
naval substitutes were compelled to pass : 

OFFICE OF THE A. A. PROVOST-MARSHAL GENERAL, } 

AND SUPERINTENDENT VOL. RECRUITING SERVICE, > 

SOUTHERN DIVISION OF NEW YORK. ) 

(Circular No. 106.) 

The A. A. Provost-Marshal General calls the attention 
of Provost-Marshals to the following communication from 
the Bureau of Equipment, Navy Department : 



iTMENT, | 

>MENT, &C., > 

cember 13. ) 



" NAVY DEPARTMENT, 
"BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT, 
" Washington, December 

"To Captain GAMBLE, 

"Naval Recruiting Officer, 

" 189 York */., Brooklyn, N. Y. : 
" SIR 

" Hereafter you will not enlist any person as a substi- 
tute for a drafted man, or one liable to be drafted, except 
there shall be presented or received a certificate from a 
Provost-Marshal, stating that such substitute is entitled 
to be enlisted in the navy, and is to be credited to the 
district named in the certificate. 

" The names of substitute and principal are always to be 
noted in the Provost-Marshal's certificate, and when 
either of these are wanted, the man is not to be shipped, 



97 Doc. No. 12. 

Every Saturday you will send the certificate of enlist- 
ment to the Provost-Marshal, and copies of the same to 
this Bureau. 

" Respectfully, 

"A. K SMITH, 

" Chief of Bureau." 

Provost-Marshals, in compliance with this order, will 
examine men desirous of enlisting in the navy as substi- 
tutes, and having first ascertained that the principal, by 
his written request, desires a substitute, will issue the 
necessary certificate. 

The same affidavit as to non-liability to draft will be 
required as in the case of an enlistment for the army. 

Volunteers in the navy need not necessarily be enrolled 
and liable to draft in order to be credited to the place 
where they enlist, section 9 of the act to amend an act 
entitled "An act for enrolling and calling out the na- 
tional forces, and for other purposes," approved March 3, 
1803, having been suspended by section three of the act 
entitled " An act to provide for the efficiency of the navy," 
approved July 4, 1864. 

(Signed) H. F. BKOWNS02s T . 

Asst. Adjutant- General. 
To ORISON BLUNT, Esq. 

The result of this system was that very many men be- 
came tired of the process before they were finally passed, 



Doc. No. 1-2. 98 

and after going partly through, eventually refused to be 
enlisted. At least one-third of those offering to enlist as 
substitutes in the navy were thus lost. 

There was deposited in the substitute fund, in all, by 
seven hundred and eighty three (783) persons, six hun- 
dred and four thousand nine hundred and ten dollars 
($604,910). Your committee furnished in all six hundred 
and twenty-seven (627) substitutes, to whom was paid, 
in bounties and premiums, the sum of four hundred and 
ninety thousand six hundred and five dollars ($490,605). 

There was withdrawn, by one hundred and fifty-six 
(156) depositors, the sum of one hundred and fourteen 
thousand three hundred and five dollars ($114,305), 
which, added to the four hundred and ninety thousand 
six hundred and five dollars ($490,605) paid for boun- 
ties and premiums, equals the amount deposited, viz., 
six hundred and four thousand nine hundred and ten 
dollars ($604,910). Thus, a fraction less than five hun- 
dred thousand dollars ($500,000) was saved to the 
County by this means.] 

In the receipt and disbursement of this fund, it may 
be proper to state, there was no loss whatever, either to 
depositors or to the County. 

In regard to the substitutes furnished, the only case in 
which any question was raised was that which led to the 



99 Doc. No. 12. 

following correspondence. The substitute in this case 
was passed by the examining surgeon and by the muster- 
ing officer without suspicion as to his age, and, of course, 
your committee had no other guide, and could not be 
held responsible for the action of these officers, who were 
undoubtedly actuated by the best of motives : 

50 WEST THIRTY-SIXTH STREET, 

New York, November 9, 1864. 

SIR 

Last summer, Westbrook L. Osborn, acting by my 
direction and in my behalf, brought to your headquarters 
a man, John Prendeville, to serve as my substitute in the 
navy of the United States. He was examined, approved, 
and accepted. 

While Mr. Osborn went out to draw the money pledged 
to him ($335), the man was assigned to another person. 
On Mr. Osborn 's return he had gone. You said it was of 
no consequence ; that men were coming every day, and 
that the next good man that came should be assigned to 
me. You took the money from Mr. Osborn, for the pur- 
pose of procuring such a man as my substitute. Did you 
keep your word ? No. You procured a boy, a minor, 
not liable to service, swore him in, got him accepted, and 
sent on board a vessel. Of course application was made 
for him, and he was discharged, on condition of refunding 
the money he had received. This was done by your own 
confession, in a note to me. 



Doc, No. 12. 100 

You have the money in your hands money which be- 
longs to me which was put into your hands by my 
lawyer, for a definite purpose ; money for which I have 
no equivalent, for a paper exempting me from the draft 
is not an equivalent. I wanted a man ; I paid for a man ; 
and it was your duty to supply men for the service, not 
to supply gentlemen with exemption papers at the ex- 
pense of the service. I now demand one of two things : 
either a return of the three hundred and thirty-five dol- 
lars ($335). which is mine, not yours, or the furnishing of 
an able-bodied man for the army or navy. If one or 
the other of these two things is not done immediately, I 
shall make an affidavit of the facts in the case, and send 
it to my friend, Mr. Charles A. Dana, Assistant Secre- 
tary of War, for his action. 

The exemption paper I consider to be fairly mine ; at 
any rate, that is half of my purchase, and I paid hand- 
somely for it. The other half, namely, the man, I also 
paid for, and have not received. The paper tells a false- 
hood, arid it is such a paper that you, an agent of the 
Government, advised me to be satisfied with. I cannot 
in honor use it, but I am not bound to give it up. 

Please tell me what I am to expect soon, for I am im- 
patient of longer delay. 

Yours truly, 

(Signed) 0. B. FKOTHINGHAM. 

To ORISON BLUNT, Esq. 



101 Doc. No. 12. 



[Reply.] 

COUNTY COMMITTEE ON VOLUNTEERING, ) 
New York, November 11, 1864. ) 

O. B. FROTHINGHA.M : 
Sra 

Yours of the 9th is received. In reply, I have to say 
that you deposited three hundred and thirty-five dollars 
with this committee, to procure you a substitute, of which 
an exemption paper was to be the evidence. 

This Committee furnished you a substitute in good 
faith, and the exemption was issued to you by the Pro- 
vost-Marshal in good faith. 

Since the issuing, of that paper, the substitute enlisted 
for you has been discharged, and the bounty paid been 
returned to me, and we are advised also that your exemp- 
tion paper is of no value because of such discharge. As 
you deposited three hundred and thirty-five dollars with 
this committee to obtain a substitute, and through no fault 
of ours you are without such substitute, and as the ex- 
emption paper is valueless, and can be of no good service 
in your hands, therefore in accordance with the rule of 
the committee, 1 will refund you your deposit on your 
returning to me all evidence of your deposit, which in 
this case is the exemption paper. 



Doc. No. 12. 102 

In no other way can the money be obtained by you. 
It is proper to say that the exemption paper is desired 
only as a voucher for the return of the money. 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) O. BLUNT, 

Chairman. 

Among other efforts to secure men and to obtain ex- 
emption, a proposition was started, when the draft was 
threatened, to form draft associations. Inquiry as to the 
particulars of such scheme was made at the Provost-Mar- 
shal General's office, and led to the following circular : 

WAR DEPARTMENT, ) 

PROVOST-MARSHAL GENERAL'S OFFICE, V 

Washington, D. ., March 27, 1865. ) 

The twenty-third section of the act approved March 3, 
1865, provides as follows : 

" SECTION 23. And be it further enacted, that any person 
or persons enrolled in any sub-district may, after notice of 
a draft, and before the same shall have taken place, cause 
to be mustered into the service of the United States such 
number of recruits, not subject to draft, as they may deem 
expedient, which recruits shall stand to the credit of. the 
persons thus causing them to be mustered in, and shall be 
taken as substitutes for such persons or so many of them 
as may be drafted, to the extent of the number of such 



103 Doc. No. 12. 

recruits, and in the order designated by the principals, at 
the time such recruits are thus as aforesaid mustered in." 

I. In order to avail themselves of the provisions of this 
law, the attention of all persons desiring to form associa- 
tions for recruiting, with a view to exemption from draft, 
is invited to the following suggestions, to wit : 

First In order that credit may be given to the sub- 
district for the recruits furnished, at the time they are 
mustered in, and the draft made only for the deficiency 
remaining after crediting these and other recruits, it is 
necessary that all the members of the association shall be- 
long to the same sub-district. 

Second Previous to the commencement of the draft, 
the association will furnish the Provost -Marshal of the 
district a list of the names of its members, designating 
their order, and numbering them accordingly, which list 
will not be altered or increased after the drawing shall 
have commenced. 

II. A list of the recruits furnished by such association 
shall be kept by the Provost-Marshal, to be mustered in 
the order in which they are enlisted. When the draft 
has been made, the recruit standing at the head of the list 
will be taken as the substitute of the first man drafted, 
who belongs to the association ; the recruit standing 
second on the lit;, will be taken as the substitute of the 



Doc. No. 12. 104 

second man drafted, and so on until the list of recruits 
is exhausted by drafted men who belong to the associa- 
tion, or until all the members of the association who have 
been drafted are exempted, in case a sufficient number of 
recruits have been furnished by the association to exempt 
that number. Where the number of recruits furnished 
by an association exceeds the number of men drafted from 
such association, the excess, though credited to the sub- 
district, will create no claim for the exemption of any 
persons.whomsoever. Members of associations who secure 
exemption under the twenty-third section aforesaid are 
exempt from that draft, but are liable to be drafted on 
future calls. 

Recruits furnished by associations, and taken as substi- 
tutes for drafted men who are members of the association, 
will be credited, at the time of muster-in, to the sub-dis- 
trict to which the association belongs. 

(Signed) JAMES B. FRY, 

Provost-Marshal General . 

In pursuance of this circular, there were numerous as- 
sociations started, but your committee believe that the 
number of men raised through this medium was very 
small. 

Appendices annexed hereto show the whole business of 
your committee, in connection with the furnishing of 
substitutes in anticipation of the draft under the last call. 



105 Doc. No. 12. 

Appendix " F" sjiows the particulars of deposits, pay- 
ments of substitutes, and withdrawals of deposits. 

Appendix " G " is a complete list of depositors. 

Appendix "H" is a complete list of substitutes fur- 
nished through the County. 

In addition to the six hundred and twenty-seven (627) 
substitutes furnished by your committee, there were en- 
listed by private individuals at the offices of the various 
Provost-Marshals, five hundred and seventy-eight (578) 
men, making a total of substitutes enlisted for credit to 
this County, under the last call, of one thousand two hun- 

dred and five (1,205) men. 



Appendix " I " is a complete list of all substitutes en- 
listed in this County, and not paid through the County, 
and of course excluding those embraced in Appendix 



In closing their report of operations in filling the quota 
under the call of the President, dated July 18, 1864, your 
committee represented the substitute fund under that 
call as not entirely closed. The account was subsequently 
closed, for statement of which see Appendix " J." 



Doc. No. 12. 106 



VI. Recruiting for other Localities. 

Your committee have hitherto reported to your honor- 
able body the difficulties with which they had to contend 
by reason of the enlisting of men in this County for 
other localities. Although in September your committee 
had appealed to the Common Council for the passage of 
an ordinance on the subject, and one branch of that body 
had promptly responded to that appeal, yet up to Jan- 
uary the matter was still unacted on by the other Board. 
The County was suffering more than ever on this account, 
from the fact that the Common Council were constantly 
granting permits for recruiting tents and booths to be 
erected in public places, under the misrepresentation 
that they would be used only for the enlistment of men 
for the County of New York. As the Board of Council- 
men had passed our ordinance, and it lay unacted on in 
the Board of Aldermen, it was determined to appeal to 
that body to assist us in the matter, and accordingly the 
following communication was sent to them : 

HEADQUARTERS COUNTY COMMITTEE ON VOL., i 
New York, January 9, 1865. \ 

To the Honorable the Board cf Aldermen : 

GENTLEMEX 

On the 1st of September last we had the honor to trans- 
mit to your honorable body a communication (copy of which. 



107 Doc. No. 12 

is appended hereto, marked " A") relative to the system 
which had then obtained, whereby ISTew York City was 
being robbed of recruits who should be counted on the 

O 

quota of this City and County, and inviting the co-opera- 
tion of your honorable body in checking that system, by 
the passage of an ordinance, entitled " An ordinance for 
the protection of the citizens of New York, and to facili- 
tate the raising of the quota under the President's 
call," &c. 

This ordinance passed the Board of Councilmen, but 
failed to receive the sanction of your honorable body. 

We beg now, respectfully, to again urge upon your 
honorable body the propriety of giving your sanction to 
this ordinance. 

The system of robbery which this ordinance is designed 
to check greatly impeded our operations in filling the 
quota under the call for five hundred thousand (500,000) 
men ; and the evil, because unchecked, has now grown to 
be tenfold more than then. 

Under the call for three hundred thousand (300,000) 
men, the County of New York has yet to raise three 
thousand five hundred (3,500) men to fill its quota. 

To raise this number in the time given us, we will re- 
quire to enlist an average of one hundred (100) men per 
day. We think that, could the business of running men 



Doc. No. 12. 108 

out of the City and County be stopped, we should be en- 
abled to reach the number required, for we have reason 
to know that there are about two hundred (200) men 
enlisted and stolen from this City every day and credited 
to other places. 

Before the present call for three hundred thousand 
(300,000) men was issued, we were enlisting thirty and 
forty men a day. Since the call, adjoining districts hav- 
ing found it necessary to raise more men, they have again 
taken them from us, and now we are recruiting a much 
less number than formerly. Not that there are fewer 
offering, but bounty-thieves entice the men from us, 
because other places permit the agents to steal all the 
bounty. 

"We would also again respectfully call your attention to 
the fact that the practice of granting privileges to certain 
parties to erect recruiting booths in the Park, and other 
public squares and streets, is of great detriment to the in- 
terests of this City and County in filling its quota. 

Although these booths are maintained ostensibly for the 
benefit of our own City, we seldom or never receive a 
man from them. All the men obtained by them are run 
off and credited to other places, and oftentimes men de- 
siring to enlist with us are enticed away from our very 
doors by the keepers of these booths, who are always on 
the look out for victims. 



109 Doc. No. 12. 

We are aware that these privileges are granted upon 
representations that the parties obtaining them are desir- 
ous of filling the quota of this City and County, but we 
can assure your honorable body that in no instance does 
the City and County derive any benefit from them, but 
on the contrary, they prove a constant source of annoy- 
ance and detriment to us. 

The County volunteer buildings in the Park were erected 
expressly with the view of doing away with those booths., 
and for a time they effectually accomplished that pur- 
pose ; but we regret to see that they are now again spring- 
ing into existence in our parks, squares and streets, just 
at a time when their t establishment works the greatest 
harm to us. 

Satisfied that your honorable body have the interests 
of the City at heart, and need only to have these facts laid 
before you to secure prompt attention, we beg leave to 
ask your adoption of the ordinance annexed. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

On behalf of the New York County Committee on 
Volunteering. 

o 

(Signed) O. BLUNT, 

Chairman. 



Doc. No. 12. 110 

This appeal had the desired effect, and soon after the 
Common Council passed the ordinance referred to. Al- 
though no proceedings were ever taken under it, your 
committee believe that it had a very salutary eifect. 

Of course, this ordinance could have no influence with 
army officers who chose to violate it, and that it was vio- 
lated every day by the officers in charge of recruiting for 
the regular army we had the amplest evidence. Deter- 
mined to check this also, if possible, on the 15th of Feb- 
ruary the following letter was sent to General Hinks : 

COUNTY COMMITTEE ON VOLUNTEERING, [ 
New York, February 15, 1865. j" 

Brigadier-Gen. E. W. HINKS, 

A. A. P. M. General, 

Southern Division of New York : 
SIR 

The practice of recruiting in this County for other lo- 
calities has long been a very great detriment to us, in 
raising men to fill our own quotas. 

By legislative enactment (chapter 2, Laws of 1864), 
copy of which is appended (marked "A"), it is made an 
offense to enlist a man in this State for the benefit of any 
other State ; and by ordinance of the Common Council, 
recently approved by his Honor the Mayor (appended, 



Ill Doc. No. 12. 

marked " B"), it is made an offense for any one to enlist 
a man in this County for the benefit of any other locality, 
in or out of the State. 

The new State law relative to bounties (chapter 29, 
Laws of 1865), copy of which is appended, (marked "C,") 
has placed all the Counties of this State on an equal foot- 
ing in respect to bounties ; and, together with the State 
laws of last year, and the new local ordinance (if respect- 
ed,) will assist us, we think, in very speedily filling our 
quota. 

The business of running off men from this County, and 
of enlisting men here to be credited to other localities, has 
already been almost entirely checked, except at the re- 
cruiting offices for the regular army. I was informed some 
time since by Brigadier-Gen. Hays, that this too would be 
stopped, when a prohibitory ordinance should be adopted 
by the Common Council. 

Now that such ordinance is adopted, I appeal to you 
to do New York County the justice of prohibiting the 
United States mustering officers in this County from en- 
listing men here for the regular army, to be credited to 
other localities. 

Should it not be in your power to issue such an order, 



Doc. No 12. 112 

I then respectfully request that this application may be 
promptly referred to such officer as may be authorized to 
issue such order of prohibition. 

I am, Sir, 

Very respectfully, 

Tour obedient servant, 

(Signed) O. BLUNT, 

Chairman N. Y. County Com. on Vol. 



Appendix "A." 

CHAPTER II. 

AN ACT 

TO ATvIEND SECTION THREE OF CHAPTER ONE HUNDRED AND 
EIGHTY-FOUR OF THE LAWS OF EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND SIX- 
TY-THREE, ENTITLED U AN ACT TO PROMOTE THE RE-ENLIST- 
MENT OF VOLUNTEERS NOW IN THE SERVICE OF THE UNITED 
STATES, AND THE ENLISTMENT OF PERSONS INTO REGIMENTS 
AND CORPS NOW IN SAID SERVICE, AND HEREAFTER TO BE 
ORGANIZED," PASSED APRIL SEVENTEENTH, EIGHTEEN HUN- 
DRED AND SIXTY-THREE. 

Passed January 29, 1864 ; three-fifths being present. 

The People of tJie Stale of New York, represented in Senate 
and Assembly, do enact asfolloivs : 

SECTION 1. Section three of chapter one hundred and 
eighty-four, of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty- 
three, is hereby amended so as to read as follows: 



113 Doc. No. 12. 

" 3. It shall not be lawful for any person, in any 
manner, to persuade or induce, or to attempt to persuade 
or induce any resident of this State to enter into the mili- 
tary or naval forces raised or to be raised in any other 
State, for the military or naval service of the United 
States, or for the military or naval service of any other 
State. It shall not be lawful for any person to induce or 
persuade, or attempt to persuade or induce, any resident 
of this State to depart from this State, for the purpose of 
entering into the military or naval forces raised or to be 
raised in any other State, for the military or naval service 
of the United States, or for the military or naval service 
of any other State. Whoever shall offend against the 
provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, 
and upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by fine not 
exceeding one thousand dollars ; one-half of said fine to 
be paid upon conviction of the offender to the -party on 
whose information the arrest and conviction was made ; 
or imprisonment, or by both such fine and imprisonment." 

SEC. 2. The said section three, except as above amended, 
is hereby repealed. 

SRC. 3. This act shall take effect immediately. 



Doc. No. 12. 114 

Appendix " B. 

AN ORDINANCE 

FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE CITIZENS OF NEW YORK, AND TO 
FACILITATE THE RAISING OF THE QUOTA UNDER THE PRESI- 
DENT'S CALL FOR THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND (300,000) MEN. 

The Mayor, Aldermen, and Commonalty of the City of 
New York, in Common Council convened, do ordain <? 
folloivs : 

SECTION 1. It shall not be lawful for any person to 
open any office in the City of New York for the purpose 
of obtaining recruits, either for the army or navy, for 
any locality other than the City and County of New 
York, nor to obtain substitutes either for the army or 
navy for persons other than residents of the City and 
County of New York ; nor shall it be lawful for any per- 
son, whether a resident of the City and County of New 
York or not, to either induce, or endeavor to induce, any 
person in said City and County to leave the same for the 
purpose of enlisting as a volunteer or substitute for any 
other locality in or out of the State, or to induce, or 
endeavor to induce, any person to enlist within the City 
and County of New York as a substitute for any person 
other than a resident of the City and County of New 
York. . 

SEC. 2. Any person infringing upon the provisions of 
the foregoing section, in either of its particulars, shall, 



115 Doc. No. .12. 

upon conviction before any Police Justice or Magistrate 
of the City of New York, be subject to a fine not 
less than one thousand dollars ($1,000) and not more than 
five thousand dollars ($5,000), in the discretion of the 
Court. 

SEC. 3. In all cases where fines are imposed for the in- 
fringement of the first section of this ordinance, one-half 
the amount shall be paid to the party making the com- 
plaint in the case. 

Appendix " C " was a copy of chapter 29, Laws of 
1865, for which see acts of the Legislature relating to 
bounties (Appendix " B " of this report). 

The following letter on the same subject was also trans- 
mitted to Brigadier-General P. St. George Cook, in charge 
of recruiting for the regular army at this station : 

COUNTY COMMITTEE ON VOLUNTEERING, ) 
Neio York, February 16, 1865. J 

Brig.-General P. ST. GEORGE COOK, 

In charge of Recruiting for the Regular Army : 
SIR 

I have the honor to transmit you herewith copy of let- 
ter to Brigadier-General E."W. Hinks, A. A. P. M. Gene- 
ral, Southern District of Kew York, with accompanying 



Doc. .No. 12. 116 

documents relative to recruiting here for the regular 
army for the benefit of localities other than this County. 

I would respectfully invite your attention to the same. 

I am, Sir, 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) O. BLUNT, 

Chairman New York Co. Com. on Vol. 

To which the following reply was received : 

HEADQUARTERS GENERAL RECRUITING SERVICE, ) 
New YorJc, February 17, 1865. j 

ORISON BLUNT, Esq., 

Chairman JV. Y. Co. Com. on Volunteering : 
SIR 

I have just received your communication of 16th inst., 
inclosing copies of a letter to Brig.-Gen. E. W. Hinks, 
A. A. P. M. General, and of an ordinance of the Com- 
mon Council. 

The recruiting officers for the regular army in this 
City and elsewhere in the State, credit the men enlisted 
by them to any locality within the State that pays the 
bounty. This is done under the authority and orders of 
the War Department. I do not consider a municipal 
ordinance as repealing this authority, or as having any 
bearing on officers acting under it. 



117 Doc. No. 12. 

Substitutes are not enlisted for the regular army. I 
shall submit the subject to the War Department. 

Very respectfully, 

(Signed) P. ST. GEORGE COOK, 

Brig. -Gen. TJ. S A., Sup't Ge.nl Recruiting Service. 

It subsequently appeared, however, that the ordinance 
of the Common Council did command the respect of the 
Government officials, as the following letter will demon- 
strate : 



HEADQUARTERS GENERAL RECRUITING SERVICE, 

FOURTH STREET, 
February 23, 1865 



No. 21 EAST FOURTH STREET, 

0. BLUNT, Esq., 

Supervisor City and County of New York: 
Sijj 

I am directed by Brigadier-General P. St. George 
Cook, U. S. A., General Superintendent Recruiting Ser- 
vice, to inform you that he has instructed all officers of 
the regular army, recruiting in this City, to credit all men 
enlisted by them to the County of New York, until fur- 
ther orders. 

1 am, very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) EUGENE CARTER, 

First Lt. and A. A. B.C. 



Doc. No. 12. 118 

Thus your committee had thrown every possible obsta- 
cle in the way of recruiting in this County for the bene- 
fit of other localities. 

It seemed, however, that the ordinance of the Com- 
mon Council was not wholly effectual, and a last effort 
was made to stop the business through his Honor the 
Mayor, and the officers of the Street Department, through 
whom finally the recruiting booths established through- 
out the City were placed under such restrictions that it 
was believed that few, if any, men were carried away 
through them. 

VII. Services of the State Militia. 

In addition to the services of the State Militia of the 
County of New York, in 1861, 1862 and 1863, they were 
again called on in 1864. In report of operations in filling 
the quota under call of July 18, the particulars of this 
service, except for 1864, was stated. The following shows 
the service done by this branch of the service in the latter 

year 

HEADQUARTERS FIRST DIVISION, ) 
NEW YORK STATE NATIONAL GUARD, > 
New York, Dec. 27, 1864. ) 
Hon. ORISON BLUNT : 

SIR- 

I have the honor .to inform you that by the returns from 
Capt. Ellis, U. S. Mustering Officer, there have been in 
the service, since May 1, 1864, from this Division : 



119 Doc. No. 12. 

Thirty-seventh Regiment, thirty days, 377 men. 

Sixty-ninth Regiment, one hundred days. . . . 512 " 

Eighty-fourth " " 674 " 

Ninety-third " " .... 404 " 

Seventy-seventh " " 223 " 

Ninety-ninth .... 315 
One Hundred and Second Regiment, one hun- 
dred days 344 u 



For one hundred days 2,472 

I am, very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) ALEXANDER HAMILTON, 

Col. and Div. Inspector. 

Appended to this report (marked "K") will be found a 
full statement of all the services rendered by each regi- 
ment of the State Militia of this County during the war. 
The number of men furnished in all foots up twenty- 
three thousand six hundred and thirteen (23,613), and 
reducing the amount of their service to years, it reaches 
the sum of 4,552 years 8 months and 29 J days. 



Doc. No. 12. 120 



VIII. Credits Under the Last Call. 

The number of men to whom the County bounty 
was paid under the last call was five thousand 
nine hundred and eighty-eight 5,988 

The number paid bounty through, but not by 
the County (being substitutes in anticipation 
of the draft), was six hundred and twenty- 
seven 627 

The number paid bounty, neither through nor 
by the County (being also substitutes in an- 
ticipation of the draft), was five hundred and 

seventy-eight 578 

1.205 



Making a total of seven thousand one hundred and 

ninety-three 7,193 

Reducing these men to years of service, it appears that 
the whole number of years of service furnished under the 
last call was sixteen thousand four hundred and ninety- 
nine (16,499). 

Appendix " L," annexed hereto, shows in detail credits 
for volunteers paid bounty under the last call. 

Appendix " M " shows the particulars of the number 
of substitutes raised in anticipation of the draft. 



121 Doc. No. 12. 

Appendix u N " is a recapitulation of all credits on the 
quota under the last call, as shown in Appendices " L " 
and M." 

Appendix " O " is a statement of all credits on the last 
call reduced to years of service. 

Your committee have received from the United States 
authorities the following statements of the exact position 
of the quota of this County, according to their computa- 
tion, at various periods. 

The first statement shows the position of the Southern 
Division on the 31st of December, 1864, in relation to 
the quota under call of July 18, as follows : 



SUPERINTENDENT VOLUNTEER RECRUITING SERVICE, I 
SOUTHERN DIVISION OF NEW YORK, 



OFFICE A. A. PROVOST-MARSHAL GENERAL AND 
VOLUNTEER RECRUITING SERVICE 
DIVISION OF NEW YORK, 
New York, September 19, 1865. 

Hon. ORISON BLUNT, 

Chairman County Volunteer Committee, 

City and County of New York : 
SIR 

I have the honor to transmit herewith a copy of my 
report to Washington of the number of men to be fur- 
nished by the Southern Division on August 1, 1864, under 
call of July 18, 1864, and the number actually furnished 
up to December 31, 1864, on that basis. 



Doc. No. 12. 122 

I will furnish you, in a few days, with a statement of the 
number of men furnished by the City and County of New 
York from that date up to the close of recruiting. 

I am, Sir 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) BICHAKD I. DODGE, 

Brevet Lt.-Col U. S. A., A. A. P. M. Gen. 

and Sup't Vol. Recruiting Service, 



123 



Doc. No. 12. 



(Copy.) 

STATEMENT of the actual number of Men to be furnished by 
the Southern Division, State of New York, on August 1, 
1864, under call of July 18, 1864, and the number actually 

furnished up to December 31, 1861, on that basis / also 
the number sent to rendezvous, direct to the field, or other- 

' ivise actually put into service : 





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00 ^ 


2io = 






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2c Ss* 


Pg 


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%_, ^^S 


1o 


3 oj a>- 




PH-TRICTS. 


|3,fJ 


~-e PH'S" 


13 


"Isf i 


SURPLUS. 




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2t3 4J O 

S a o^S 






g a PS o 


c3 S ^ H 


-' ~ J 


p < l O 






^ 


s 


* 


* 




First 


2,201 


2,204 


125 


2,154 


128 


Second. . . . 


4,125 


922 


3,530 


922 


327 


Third . . . 


2,838 


895 


2,517 


895 


574 


Fourth 


3,793 


470 


3,596 


470 


273 


Fifth 


3,645 


427 


3,484 


454 


266 


Sixth 


3.186 


684 


2,H80 


684 


378 


Seventh.. . 


3,950 


484 


3,747 


484 


281 


Eighth. . . . 


3,802 


895 


3,353 


894 


446 


Ninth .... 


2,834 


520 


2,550 


520 


236 


Tenth .... 


2,407 


2,413 


148 


2,417 


154 














Totals... 


32,781 


9,914 


25,930 


9,894 


3,063 



(Signed) RICHARD I. DODGE, 

Brevet Lieut. -Col. U. S. A., 

A. A. P. M. Gen. 

NEW YORK, July 21, 1865. 



Doc. No. 12. 



124 



As the County of New York embraced only the Fourth 
to Ninth Districts, inclusive, the subjoined table is made 
up to show more clearly the position of this County : 



DISTRICTS. 


Actual number of 
men to be fur- 
nished Aug. 1. 
1864, under call 
July 18, 1864. 


' S2 

"S . -c" H 

2 -5 -i ? ? 


. , 
Naval enlistments 
prior to Marcli 
25, 1864. 


Number sent to 
rendezvous, di- 
rect to field, or 
otherwise put 
into service. 


SURPLUS. 


Fourth. . . . 
Fifth .... 
Sixth 


3.793 
3,645 
3,186 


470 
427 

684 


3,596 
3,484 

2,880 


470 
454 

684 


273 
266 

378 


Seventh. . 
Eighth.... 
Ninth 


3,950 
3;802 

2,834 


484 
895 
520 


3,747 
3,353 
2,550 


484 
894 
520 


281 
446 
236 


Totals... 


21,210 


3,480 


19,f>10 


3,506 


1,880 



The second statement shows the number of men fur- 
nished from January 1 to March 13, 1865, in the County 
of New York exclusively, as follows : 



125 Doc. No. 12. 



OFFICE A. A. PROVOST-MARSHAL GENERAL, 1 
SUPERINTENDENT VOLUNTEER RECRUITING SERVICE, 1 
SOUTHERN DIVISION OF NEW YORK, 

New York, September 20, 1865. J 

Hon. ORISON BLUNT, 

Chairman N. Y. Co. Vol. Committee : 
SIR 

I have the honor to transmit herewith a statement of 
the whole number of drafted men, substitutes for enrolled 
men, substitutes for drafted men, and volunteers, which 
have been held to service, or mustered in the City and 
County of New York, from January 1 to March 13, 1865, 
inclusive. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 
Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) RICHARD I. DODGE, 

Brevet Lieut. -Col. U. S. A., 

A. A. P. M. Gen. 



Doc. No. 12. 



126 



STATEMENT of the whole number of Drafted Men, Substi- 
tutes/or Enrolled Men, Substitutes for Drafted Men and 
Volunteers, ivhich have been Jield to service or mustered in 
the City and County of Neiv York, from January 1 to 
March 13, 1865, inclusive. 



DISTRICTS 

AXD MUSTERIXG 

OFFICERS. 



SUBSTITUTES SUBSTITUTES 
DRAFTED FOR FOR YOLUX- 

MEX. 1 EXROLLED DRAFTED j TEERS. 
MEX. MEN. 



TOTAL 
FROM ALL 

SOURCES. 



Fourth. . 




(J 




136 


142 


Fifth 








182 


185 


Sixth 




15 




182 


197 


Seventh . 




2 




135 


137 


Eighth 




86 




45 


131 


Ninth 




3 




47 


50 


Maj. Tieman . 




21 




141 


162 


Ccipt. Parker 




105 




666 


771 


Lt. Pyne . 


| 


17 




189 


206 


Lt. Ward. 








63 


63 














Totals 




258 




1,786 


2,044 















(Signed) 



KICHAED I. DODGE, 
St. Lt.-Col. U. S. A., A. A. P. M. Gen., 

and, Sup't Vol. Recruiting Service. 



NEW YORK, September 20, 1865. 

Thus it appears that on March 13, 1865, according to 
Government account, the quota of this County stood as 
follows : 



127 Doc. No. 12. 

Surplus, December 31, 1864, one thousand eight 

hundred and eighty 1,880 

Men raised from January 1 to March 13, 1865, 

two thousand and forty-four 2,044: 

Total, three thousand nine hundred and twenty- 
four 3,924 

Quota, deducting twenty-five (25) per cent., fif- 
teen thousand seven hundred and sixty-three.. 15,763 

Apparent indebtedness of the County, March 
13, 1865, eleven thousand eight hundred and 
thirty-nine 11,839 

The third statement brings the account down to the 

O 

24th of September, 1865, when credits were discontinued, 
and shows that on that date the Government claimed as 
due from this County nine thousand two hundred and 
ninety-eight (9,298) men. Of course, the number claimed 
to be due on the 14th of April, when recruiting was 
discontinued, must have been much larger than this, 
as many credits were allowed this County of recruits in 
the regular army after that date, and up to the 24th of 
September. Indeed, it is safe to say that on the 14th of 
April the claim against this County was fully equal to ten 
thousand five hundred (10,500) men, and that but for the 
happy circumstance of the discontinuance of recruiting at 
that very time that number of men would have been 
drafted from among us. 

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The following is a recapitulation of the foregoing state- 
ment : 

Surplus, December 31, 1864, one thousand eight 

hundred and eighty 1,880 

Quota on 1st of January, 1865, under call of De- 
cember 19, 1864, after deducting above sur- 
plus, twenty-one thousand and nineteen 21,019 

Less twenty-five per cent, set aside under order of 
the President of February 1, 1865, five thou- 
sand two hundred and fifty-seven 5,257 



Leaving seventy-five per cent, of January quota 
under call of December 19, 1864, fifteen thou- 
sand seven hundred and sixty-two ... 15,762 

Number of men actually furnished and credited 
from January 1 to September 24, 1865 : 

ARMY. 

Volunteers, three thousand six hundred 

and seventeen 3,617 

Regulars, one thousand five hundred and 

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sixty-four 1,564 



Total army, five thousand one hundred 

and eighty-one 5,181 



Carried forward 5,181 15,762 

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Doc. No. 12. 130 

Brought forward 5,181 15,762 

NAVY. 

Seamen, four hundred and eighty- 
seven 487 

Marines, one 1 



Total navy, four hundred and eighty- 
eight 488 

Substitutes for army and navy, seven hun- 
dred and ninety-five 795 

Grand total, six thousand four hundred and 

sixty-four C,4G4 

Which, deducted from the number claimed Janu- 
ary 1, 18G5, leaves a deficiency September 24, 
18C5, on seventy-five per cent, of January 
quota under call of December 19, 1864, of nine 
thousand two hundred and ninety-eight 9,298 

Of the six thousand four hundred arid sixty-four 
(6,464) men furnished, the following shows the number 
of men enlisted for each term of years, and the years of 
service represented by each class : 

MEN. 

Enlisted for one year, two thousand and eighty- 
four 2,084 

Enlisted for two years, one hundred and eighty- 
three . 183 



Carried forward 2,187 



131 Doc. No. 12. 

Brought forward 2,187 

Enlisted for three years, four thousand one hun- 
dred and ninety-four 4,194 

Enlisted for four years, three 3 



Total, six thousand four hundred arid sixty-four. 6,464 
Seventy-live per cent, of quota under call of De- 
cember 19, 1864, fifteen thousand seven hun- 
dred and sixty-two 15,702 



Deficiency in men, September 24, 1SG5, nine thou- 
sand two hundred and ninety-eight 9,298 

YEARS OF SERVICE. 

One-year men, two thousand and eighty-four .... 2,084 

Two-years men, three hundred and sixty-six 306 

Three-years men, twelve thousand five hundred 

and eighty-two 12,582 

Four-years men, twelve 12 



Total, fifteen thousand and forty-four 15,044 

Seventy-five per cent, of January quota, under 
call of December 19, 1804, fifteen thousand 
seven hundred and sixty-two 15,702 



Deficiency in years of service September 24, 1 864, 

seven hundred and eighteen 71 8 

Therefore, although this County was deficient nine 
thousand two hundred and ninety-eight (9,298) men on 



Doc. No. 12. 132 

the 24th of September, had each year of service been 
counted as a man, the deficiency would have been but 
seven hundred and eighteen (718). And inasmuch as 
the call of December 19, 1864, was for one (1) year men 
only, it would not have been unreasonable to have made 
such allowance. 

Or had the December quota remained unchanged, we 
should have had a surplus of three thousand seven hun- 
dred and eighty-eight (3,788) men, and of twelve thou- 
sand and sixty-six (12,066) years of service. 



IX. Men Furnished during the Re- 
bellion. 

The whole number of men furnished by the City and 
County of New York during the rebellion was one hun- 
dred and forty-eight thousand six hundred and seventy- 
six (148,676). Of these forty-one thousand six hundred and 
one (41,601) received local bounty ; thirty-seven thousand 
seven hundred and fifty-nine (37,759) from the City and 
County, and three thousand eight hundred and forty-two 
(3,842) from individuals. The balance of one hundred 
and seven thousand and seventy-five (107,075) received 
no direct local bounty. 

The whole term of service represented by these one 
hundred and forty-eight thousand six hundred and seven- 



133 Doc. No. 12. 

ty-six (148,676) men is two hundred and eighty-six thou- 
sand nine hundred and sixty-six (286,966) years five (5) 
months and twenty-nine and one-sixth (29 1-6) days. 

Of these one hundred and forty-eight thousand six 
hundred and seventy-six (148,676) men, the number 
credited was comparatively small, as the system of cred- 
its was not put in force until after the first year of the 
war, previous to which all New York had apparently 
taken up arms, and the number of men furnished had 
been very large. 

It is doubtful whether any other locality has done 
better for the army and navy than the City and County 
of New York, even taking into consideration our large 
population ; and every citizen may well point with pride 
to the large figure representing the number sent by this 
City and County to the war. 

Appendix "P," annexed, gives the particulars of all 
men furnished by the City and County of New York during 
the war, with their terms of service. This appendix also 
embraces a statement, understood to be official, showing 
the number of men furnished by each State since April 
], 1861, in the different calls for men who were required 
for three (3) months or more. It also shows the number 
of men credited to each State, upon the basis of three 
(3) years as a standard of computation. 

The actual number of men furnished was two million 



Doc. No. 12. 134 

six hundred and eighty-eight thousand five hundred and 
twenty-three (2,688,523). Reducing this aggregate to a 
three-years standard, the whole number for three years 
was two million one hundred and fifty-four thousand 
three hundred and eleven (2,154 311). 

The State of New York furnished the greatest number 
of men, and also the largest number, reducing all the men 
to a three-years standard. 

The whole number from the State of New York was 
four hundred and sixty-four thousand one hundred and 
fifty-six (464,156). Of these, the City and County of 
New York furnished one hundred and forty-eight thou- 
sand six hundred and seventy -six (148,676), leaving for 
the remainder of the State three hundred and fifteen thou- 
sand four hundred and eighty (315,480). 

Thus the City and County of New York furnished 
within six thousand and forty-three (6,043) of one-third 
(1-3) of the whole number of men furnished by the State 
of New York. 

Reducing: the a^OTe^ate number of men furnished to a 

o oo o 

three-years standard, the whole number furnished by 
the State of New York was three hundred and eighty- 
one thousand six hundred and ninety-six (381,696). The 
number furnished from the City and County of New 
York, (reducing the aggregate to a three-years stand- 
ard,) was ninety-five thousand six hundred and fifty-five 



135 Doc. No. 12. 

(95,655), leaving for the remainder of the State two hun- 
dred and eighty-six thousand and forty-one (286,041). 

Thus the City and County of New York furnished two 
hundred and thirty-one (231) more than one-quarter (|) of 
the whole number of years of service represented by the 
men furnished in the whole State reduced to a three-years 
standard. 

Comparing the actual number of men furnished with 
the number of men reduced to a three-years standard, 
considerable changes occur in the relative positions of 
States. Thus, while Wisconsin stands eight (8) in the 
number of men 'furnished, she stands nine (9) when the 
aggregate of men is reduced to a three-years standard ; 
while Michigan, which stands nine (9) in the number of 
men, is eight (8) when the men are reduced to a three- 
years standard. So with many of the other States ; but 
New York, which is first in the aggregate of men fur- 
nished, mantains her pre-eminence in a still greater degree 
when the aggregate of men is reduced to a three-years 
standard. 

It may not be out of place to observe that the number 
of men furnished by the City and County of New York 
alone is only exceeded by five (5) States, viz., Pennsyl- 
vania, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, and Massachusetts. 

The tables from which these deductions are drawn 
(Appendix " P,") will repay careful perusal. 



Doc. No. 12. 136 



X. Construction of the State Bounty 
Laws of 1865. 

The somewhat ambiguous language of the State bounty 
laws, passed by the Legislature of 1865, led to grave 
doubts as to the right of the County authorities to pay 
any further bounties without the concurrence of the 
Common Council. 

To determine the matter, the Comptroller was re- 
quested by the committee to obtain the" opinion of the 
Corporation Counsel on this point. The following opin- 
ion seemed to settle the point in favor of the full power 
of the County authorities : 

LAW DEPARTMENT, i 

OFFICE OF THE COUNSEL TO THE CORPORATION, > 

March 10, 1865. ) 
Hon. M. T. BRENNAN, 

Comptroller : 
DEAR SIR 

In regard to the question as to the necessity of the 
approval by the Common Council of the ordinance of the 
Board of Supervisors of 10th January, 1865, authorizing 
the borrowing of money and issuing of bonds by the 
Comptroller, under section 7 of chapter 29 of Laws of 
1SC5, I have the honor to say that such approval is not 



137 Doc. No. 12. 

necessary, either to the validity of the bonds or for the 
imposition of the tax to discharge the principal and 
the interest of them as they respectively fall due. 

The aforesaid section 7 leaves it optional with the 
Board of Supervisors to raise the authorized amount 
upon the credit either of the County or of the City. If 
the Board had adopted the latter course, and caused the 
amount to be raised on the credit of the City, and the 
bonds of the City to be issued for it, then undoubtedly, 
under that section, the assent of a majority of the mem- 
bers elected to the Common Council would have been 
required, before any sum could be raised by tax, to dis- 
charge the obligation created by them. 

The Board of Supervisors, however, by their resolution 
of 10th January, 1865, did not adopt this course, but 
ordained that the required and authorized amount should 
be raised on the credit "of the County of New York, 
pledged the faith of the County for the payment of the 
principal and interest, and directs the bonds of the County 
to be issued to secure the loan. 

The supplementary act of February 24, 1865, does not 
aft'ect this question, inasmuch as by its own provisions it 
does not take effect before the next general election, in 
November of this year, nor does the further supplemen- 
tary act of 27th February, 1865, in any way touch the 
point 



Doc. No. 12. 138 

The latter act merely provides for the imposition of a 
tax by which to reimburse the counties and cities the 
amounts they may advance for bounties, and thus secure 
the party making a loan to the State. 

Truly yours, 

(Signed) JOHN E. DEVELIN, 

Counsel to the Corporation. 

Subsequently, it was deemed advisable to obtain fur- 
ther advice on the point as to the legality of the County 
bonds under the State laws, and the matter was submit- 
ted to Daniel Lord, Esq., w r ho gave the following opinion, 
fully concurring in the views of the Counsel to the Cor- 
poration : 

NEW YOKK, April 6, 1865. 

For the County Committee on Volunteering 

of the Board of Supervisors of Neiv York : 

OPINION. 

The act of the Legislature, chapter 29, passed February 
10, 18G5, in section seventh, expressly affirmed the ordi- 
nance of the Board of Supervisors of January 10, 1865, 
with two other ordinances, to provide for the procure- 
ment of volunteers, &c., &c. 

No condition is imposed of submitting any question to 
the ipeople, which is effectually dispensed with by the 
passage of this act. 



139 Doc. No. 11 

There is no doubt of the validity of the act under the 
Constitution, the power of taxing not being restricted. 

(Brewster vs. City of Buffalo, 19 K Y. Rep., 116.) 

The County bonds issued under this ordinance are 
therefore valid obligations on the County for the prin- 
cipal and interest ; and when issued in due form, are 
negotiable and binding in favor of takers in good faith. 

(Gilpeke vs. City of Dubuque, 1 Wallace Ecp., S. C. 

K S., 220.) 

APRIL 6, 1865. 

(Signed) DANIEL LOED. 



XI. The Revision of the Quota. 

In reports, heretore submitted to your honorable body, 
your committee have very fully detailed the circum- 
stances under which the quota of this County under the 
last call was so materially increased. One of the prin- 
cipal causes of this increase was the fact that credits al- 
lowed us in December, for excess of years on naval credits 
counted for one year on the July call, were taken from 
us in January and allowed elsewhere. There were 
rumors that such a change was contemplated before the 
actual announcement was made. It was understood 
that, as soon as the December assignment of quotas was 



Doc. No. 12. 140 

announced, great pressure was brought on the Govern- 
ment, especially by districts which had participated in 
the unjust apportionment of naval credits due this County 
under the July call, to induce a redistribution of the 
credits for excess in years allowed us. 

Desirous of being armed at all points, a letter, of which 
the following is a copy, was sent to each Member of Con- 
gress for this County : 

COUNTY COMMITTEE ON VOLUNTEERING, } 
New York, January 11, 1865. j 

Hon. JAMES BROOKS, 

Representative in Congress: 
SIR 

I have the honor to transmit you, by express, a copy of 
the last report of the New York County Committee on 
Volunteering. 

I would respectfully request your particular attention 
to the statements contained in said report in regard to 
the naval credits under the last call, which will be found 
on pages 231 to 282, inclusive, and also the last para- 
graph on page 309. 

Your attention is called to the subject, for the reason 
that efforts may possibly be made in Congress to take 
from the County of New York some of her credits which 
are her just due, by reason of her large naval enlist- 
ments, and in such case you may desire to be informed 
on the matter. 



141 Doc. No. 12. 

Should you deem it necessary, or desire it, if you will 
inform me, I will transmit you any further information 
on the subject in my possession and not contained in the 
report transmitted to you. 

I have the honor to be, 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) OKISON BLUNT, 

Chairman N. Y. Co. Com. on Vol. 

This secured to us the assistance of one or two of the 
members, while your Committee were in Washington 
endeavoring to secure justice to this. County ; but even 
they were powerless to obtain justice for us. 

The reassignment of quotas not only created great dis- 
satisfaction here, but everywhere complaints were made 
of its injustice. These complaints were finally pressed 
with so much vigor, that the President was compelled to 
place upon record a defense of the plan upon which the 
January quotas were assigned, in a letter to the Governor 
of Vermont. 

The general complaint, however, seemed directed more 
against the manner in which the system of assignment 
was carried out, than against the principle of the assign- 
ment itself. Finally, the President appointed a Commis- 
sion, to examine into the method on which the quota of 



Doc. No. 12. 142 

January had been assigned. Their report, although bear- 
ing out the views expressed by this committee in previous 
reports, as to the method of assignment adopted, proved 
to be but a defense of that method and the action of the 
Provost-Marshal General in making the assignment of 
quotas. 

Besides the investigations attempted by your committee 
into the causes of the change in the quota from December 
to January, the authorities of other States and localities 
appointed commissions to examine into the subject, and 
in no one instance was there a report which did not con- 
demn both the method on which the January quotas 
were assigned and the manner in which the assignment 
was made. 

Among others, the Governor of Rhode Island dis- 
patched his private secretary to Washington, "for the 
purpose of bringing to the notice of the War Department 
the injustice of the quota assigned to Rhode Island." 

In a report subsequently made to the Governor, and 
by him transmitted to the Rhode Island Legislature, the 
commission states the method on which the January 
quotas were assigned substantially as stated by your com- 
mittee, and therein communicates that " the injustice of 
this system is thus made apparent, as well as the fact 
that the call falls most heavily upon such States as have 
anticipated the necessities of the Government, and used 



143 Doc. No. 12. 

every effort to place men in the service in advance of 
tlie requisitions of the President." 

Appendix " C," annexed, contains all the papers re- 
lating to this subject, which serve to throw light on it, 
and not embraced in former reports. These documents 
fully sustain the views of your committee, as expressed 
in this and reports heretofore submitted. 



XII. The Bureau of Military Sta- 
tistics. 

By resolution adopted by your honorable body June 
28, 18G4 (see report of October 1, 1864, pp. 337 to 341), 
your committee were authorized to organize a Bureau of 
Military Statistics, for the purpose of preparing a per- 
manent record of the services rendered by citizens of the 
County of New York, individually and collectively, in 
the war for the suppression of the rebellion. 

On the 24th of October, 1S64, your committee, after 
giving the subject full consideration, took the initiatory 
step toward organizing such a bureau, by the adoption 
of the following preamble and resolutions : 

" IV/tercas, By resolution adopted by the Board of Su- 
pervisors June 28, and approved by the Mayor June 29, 
the County Committee on Volunteering were authorized 



Doc. No. 12. 144 

and directed, in accordance with the authority contained 
in chapter 51 of the Laws of 1864, to organize and estab- 
lish, in connection with and as part and parcel of the 
business at present intrusted to their care, a bureau, to 
be known as the ' New York County Bureau of Military 
Statistics,' under such arrangements and regulations as 
shall seem to said committee wise and judicious; there- 
fore, be it 

"Ilcsolvecl, That under the authority and direction con- 
tained in the aforesaid resolution, that the New York 
County Bureau of Military Statistics be and it is hereby 
established under the following present provisions, and 
subject to such additions and emendations as the commit- 
tee shall from time to time deem it wise and judicious to 
make, viz. : 

"First The bureau shall be known and designated as 
1 The New York County Bureau of Military Statistics.' 

"Second The business of said bureau shall be conducted 
under the direction of the Committee on Volunteering. 

" Third The chief officer of said bureau shall be known 
as the Superintendent of the County Bureau of Military 
Statistics, who shall be designated by the Committee on 
Volunteering, and who shall have entire control of the 
affairs of said bureau under the direction of the Commit- 
tee on Volunteering. 



145 Doc. No. 12. 

"Fourth The subordinate officers of said bureau shall 
be known as clerks, and shall be appointed by the Com- 
mittee on Volunteering, and shall be in number such as 
the exigencies of the duties of the bureau may require, 
and as shall seem wise and judicious to the Committee 
on Volunteering. 

"Fifth The business of the bureau shall, so long as the 
volunteer rooms are kept open, be conducted at said 
rooms in connection with the business of volunteering. 

"Sixth A separate and distinct account of all expendi- 
tures for books, labor, &c., in the business of collecting 
and collating the statistics contemplated, shall be kept in 
connection w r ith the Volunteer Fund. 

"Seventh It shall be the duty of said bureau to pro- 
ceed with all dispatch consistent with accuracy to col- 
lect, collate and put in the shape of a permanent record 
the following special statistics, together with such other 
information as may be gathered, viz. : 

a. The name, description and particulars of enlist- 
ment of every person who has volunteered and 
been mustered, or who may in future volunteer 
and be mustered in the County of New York 
into the service of the General Government, 
whether in the army or navy, since April 15, 
1861, including the militia from the City of 

New York, and the men re-enlisted in the field. 
10 



Doe. No. 12. 146 

I). The personal history of every such person, so far 
as the same can be ascertained, including a list 
of battles participated in ; if wounded or killed, 
when and where ; if discharged, when, where, 
and for what reason ; particulars of re-enlist- 
ments, promotions, &c., and payment of boun- 
ties, and of relief for families. 

c. A record of the services of the several regiments, 

including an account of their organization and 
subsequent histor} T ; moneys paid to it by the 
City and County of New York ; if disbanded or 
consolidated, when, and for what reason ; num- 
ber, and what battles participated in ; number 
of killed and wounded in the several battles, 
&c. 

d. All particulars as to quotas demanded of the City 

and County ; of men furnished ; of moneys 
raised by taxes, loans, and otherwise on the 
property of the City and County of New York, 
and for what special purposes ; and, so far as 
can be ascertained, all particulars as to indi- 
vidual aid, associated efforts, aid by churches, 
schools, academies, societies ; names of con- 
tributors, whether of money or articles, &c. 

"Eighth The provisions of this resolution shall take 
efiect'irnmediatelv." 



147 Doc, No. 12. 

After adopting this resolution, the committee delegated 
the power of appointing the superintendent of such 
bureau to its chairman, and he subsequently designated 
Cornelius Corson, the clerk of this committee, as such 
superintendent, who proceeded to lay out the plan of the 
work. Subsequently, the following comprehensive pro- 
gramme was submitted to and indorsed by your com- 
mittee : 

New York County Bureau of Military Statistics. 

G B N E R A L PROGRAMME. 

FIRST DIVISION. 
PART I. first Militia Campaign, 1861. 

1. A sketch of the history of the militia of New York 
County. 

^. A sketch of the history of each regiment engaged. 

3. An account of the campaign generally. 

4. An account of each regiment during the campaign. 

o. An account of each officer before and during the 
campaign. 

0. An account of each soldier before and during the 
campaign. 



Doc. No. 12. 148 

7. An account of each citizen who aided in fitting out 

and keeping up the efficiency of each regiment. 

8. Rosters, rolls and orders. 

0. Maps showing the position of each regiment during 
each day of service. 



PART II. Second Militia Campaign, 1862. 

J. A sketch of the history of the militia of New York 
County. 

2. A sketch of the history of each regiment engaged. 

3. An account of the campaign generally. 

4. An account of each regiment during the campaign. 

5. An account of each officer before and during the cam- 

paign. 

6. An account of each soldier before and during the 

o 

campaign. 

7. An account of each citizen who aided in n' ttiug out 

and keeping up the efficiency of each regiment. 

8. Rosters, rolls and orders. 

9. Maps showing the position of each regiment during 

each day of service. 



149 Bbc, No, 12, 

PART III. TJiird Militia. Campaign, 1863. 

1. A sketch of the history of the militia of New York 

County. 

2. A sketcli of the history of each regiment engaged. 

3. An account of the campaign generally. 

4. An account of each regiment during the campaign. 

5. An account of each officer before and during the cam- 

paign. 

C. An account of each soldier before and during the 
campaign. 

7. An account of each citizen who aided in fitting out 

and keeping up the efficiency of each regiment. 

8. Rosters, rolls and orders. 

9. Maps showing the position of each regiment during 

each day of service. 

PART IY. Fourth Militia Campaign, 1864. 

1. A sketch of the history of the militia of New York 

County. 

2. A sketch of the history of each regiment engaged. 

3. An account of the campaign generally. 

4. An account of each regiment during the campaign. 



Doc. No. 12. 150 

5. An account of each officer before and during the cam- 

paign. 

6. An account of each soldier before and during the 

campaign. 

7. An account of each citizen who aided in fitting out 

and keeping up the efficiency of each regiment. 

8. Kosters, rolls and orders. 

9. Maps showing the position of each regiment during 

each day of service. 



SECOND DIVISION. 

PART I. Volunteers (nine months.) 

1. An account of the formation of each regiment. 

2. An account of each regiment during the war. 

3. An account of each officer before and during the war. 

4. An account of each soldier before and during the 

war. 

5. An account of each citizen who aided in the forma- 

tion and maintenance of the regiment. 

6. Rosters, rolls and orders. 

7. Maps showing the position of each regiment during 

each day of service. 



15 1 Doc. No. 12. 

PART II. Volunteers (two years). 
\. An account of the formation of each regiment. 
'J. An account of each regiment during the war. 
;i. An account of each officer before and during the war. 

4. An account of each soldier before and during the 

war. 

5. An account of each citizen who aided in the forma- 

tion and maintenance of the regiment. 

0. Rosters, rolls and orders. 

7. Maps showing the position of each regiment during 
each day of service. 

PART III. Volunteers (three years). 

1. An account of the formation of each regiment. 

2. An account of each regiment during the war. 

3. An account of each officer before and during the war. 

4. An account of each soldier before and during the 

war. 

5. An account of each citizen who aided in the forma- 

tion and maintenance of the regiment. 

G. Rosters, rolls and orders. 

7. Maps showing the position of each regiment during 
each day of service. 



Doc. No. 12. 152 

THIRD DIVISION. 
Navy. 

1. An account of each war vessel on which were New 

York sailors or marines. 

2. An account of each New York officer on such vessel. 

3. An account of each New York sailor or marine on 

such vessel. 

4. List of sailors shipped in or for the County of New 

York. 



FOURTH DIVISION. 

PAKT I. Medical. 

1. Proportions accepted and rejected of volunteers. 
Proportions accepted and rejected of substitutes. 
Proportions accepted and rejected of drafted men. 

2. Proportions effective at various periods, absolute, 

and compared with other troops of the State, other 
States, the regular army, and armies of other 
countries. 

3. Means employed to protect and restore health. 

4. Sickness and mortality from wounds and disease, ab- 

solute, and compared with other Counties, States 
and countries. 

5. Sanitarv commission. 



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PAKT II. Religious. 

1. Religious exercises in the army and navy. 

2. Bibles, tracts and books distributed. 

3. Conversions, and interesting incidents. 

4. Christian commission. 



FIFTH DIVISION. 
PAKT I. Co-operation. 

1. An account of the action of fire companies. 

2. An account of the action of moneyed corporations. 

3. An account of the action of churches. 

4. An account of the action of colleges and academies. 

5. An account of the action of societies of all kinds. 

6. An account of the action of prominent individuals. 

7. An account of the action of the Union Defense Com- 

mittee. 

8. An account of the action of mass meetings. 

9. An account of the action of the press. 



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* 
PART II Belief. 

1. Names of all who received Relief from city. 

2. Names of all who received Relief from individuals 

and corporations. 

3. Amounts received. 

4. Name of soldier on whose account it was received. 



SIXTH DIVISION. 
PART I. City. 

1. History of action of, in organization. 

2. History of action of, in relief. 

3. History of action of, in receptions of returned regi- 

ments. 

4. History of action of, in obsequies. 

PART II. County. 

1. History of action of, through Volunteer Committee. 

2. History of action of, through Bureau of Military 

Statistics. 



SEVENTH DIVISION. 
PART I. Financial. 

\. List of individual donations, presentations, and con- 
tributions of labor and material. 



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2. Sums expended by City in relief presentations, and 

for fitting out and raising regiments. 

3. Expenditures by County in raising troops. 

4. Expenditures of State in bounties to New York 

County troops, and proportion of total State ex- 
penditures received from New York County. 

5. Contributions of New York County to United States 

Treasury. 

(1.) United States bonds taken in New York. 
(2.) Temporary loans made the Government. 
(3.) Duties paid. 
(4.) Internal Revenue. 

PART II. Industrial. 

1. Vessels furnished or built. 

2. Arms furnished. 

3. Munitions furnished. 

4. Uniforms furnished. 

5. Equipments furnished. 



EIGHTH DIVISION. 

Social. 

1. Influence of the war upon population. 

2. Influence of the war upon crime. 

3. Influence of the war upon pauperism. 



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4. Influence of the war upon labor. 

5. Influence of the war upon amusement?. 

6. Influence of the war upon immigration. 

7. Influence of the war upon consumption of food. 

8. Influence of the war upon the press. 

9. Influence of the war upon dress. 

10. Influence of the war upon benevolent societies. 

11. Influence of the war upon savings banks. 

12. Influence of the war upon health. 

13. Influence of the war upon morals. 

14. Influence of the war upon religion. 

Collections. 

Division. 

1. All printed books containing anything in regard to 

our soldiers. 

2. Files of City and illustrated papers Herald, Tribune, 

Times, World, Sun, Daily News, Journal of Com- 
merce, Transcript, Express, Post, Commercial, 
Harper's Weekly, Frank Leslie's Illustrated, Illus- 
trated London News, Illustrated Times, &c. 

3. Posters and hand-bills. 



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4. Engravings, biographical and historical, of every 

place and act at which New York soldiers have 
been, or in which they have shared ; also, comi- 
calities and caricatures. 

5. Photographs of prisons, camps, battle-fields, vessels. 

Where originals of banners, arms, and equipments, 
models, drawings, plans, maps, hand-bills, &c., can- 
not be obtained, the bureau will make photo- 
graphs of them. Of bulky articles photographs 
will be preferable. 

6. Manuscripts, sermons. 

7. Patriotic music. 

8. Addresses before meetings of all kinds. 

9. Arguments and opinions of Courts on matters grow- 

ing out of the war. 

10. Financial, reviews, action, discussions and results, 

showing how New York has furnished the sinews 
of war. 

11. Maps and plans. 

12. Relics of the war ; as flags, guidons, arms, equip- 

ments of all kinds, samples of guns and projec- 
tiles, drawings and models of places of offense and 
defense, harbor, and other. 

CORNELIUS CORSON, 

Superintendent of Bureau. 



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This programme embraces, it is believed, every feature 

which properly pertains to the object of such bureau as 
contemplated. The propriety of such a record cannot be 
q uestioned. 

But before the bureau could be put in active opera- 
tion, it was determined on the revision of the enrolment ; 
and, as the latter work was the most pressingly important, 
further proceedings in relation to the Bureau of Military 
Statistics were at that time discontinued. 

Before the work on the enrolment was suspended, how- 
ever, the Legislature (of 1865) passed a further law relat- 
ing to the general subject of military statistics through- 
out the State, which seemed to render it impossible to 
take further proceedings in regard to the contemplated 
bureau for this County until additional legislation should 
place the Supervisors in full and unquestioned power to 
do this work. (For act of Legislature of 1865, relating 
to military statistics, see. Appendix " Q.") 

Beyond the action above referred to, therefore, nothing 
has been done by your committee, directly, in the way of 
completing the work properly pertaining to the Bureau of 
Military Statistics ; but indirectly much has been accom- 
plished, the voluminous records in possession of your com- 
mittee relating to volunteering in this City and County from 
August, 1863, when your committee was organized, to 
April, 1865, when recruiting closed, and the subsequent 



159 Doc. No. 12. 

records relating to the reimbursement for bounties paid, 
all being valuable data for the work of this bureau. 

While it is unquestioned that this important matter 
should be taken in hand at the earliest day, its propriety 
being recognized by action taken by local authorities all 
over the State, and by legislative enactments on the sub- 
ject, it should be remembered that this work, as relates to 
the County of New York, is by no means easily accom- 
plished. 

The number of men furnished by the City and County 
of New York was about one hundred and fifty thousand 
(150,000). To simply prepare accurate lists of the names of 
such a number of men would be a work of some magnitude ; 
but adding to it the particulars as to the services and fate of 
each man, payments of bounty, and to families for relief 
on behalf of each, besides the many other items of inter- 
est contemplated by the laws of the State, and embraced 
in the programme adopted by your committee, would 
necessarily require an expenditure of money so large that, 
however proper the motive, it would hardly be justifiable 
without the amplest authority of law. 

Hence, until further and more definite authority is 
given by the Legislature, your committee believe it 
proper' to take no further proceedings in relation to the 
Bureau of Military Statistics ; in the meantime, however, 
your committee have commenced the preparation of the 



Doc. No. 12. 160 

information required by your honorable body, in resolu- 
tion adopted November 16, 1865, as follows : 

" Whereas, The amount of taxes levied by this Board for 
the present and future years will be largely increased, in 
consequence of the expenditures of the City and County 
growing out of the war, which amounted (as appears from 
the report of the Special Committe on Volunteering, sub- 
mitted June 30, 1865) to seventeen million five hundred 
and twelve thousand six hundred and seventy-three dollars 
and nineteen cents ($17,512,673 19), exclusive of the 
sums paid for interest, and for the reception of regi- 
ments, presentation of flags, &c. ; and 

" Whereas, The items of this expenditure have never 
been reported to this Board in detail ; and 

" Whereas, It is proper that such report should be made, 
in order that not only the magnitude of the contributions 
of this City and County for the maintenance of the Union, 
which are without parallel in history, but also the justice 
and economy with which they have been applied, should 
be placed upon record; therefore 

"Resolved, That the Special Committee on Volunteering 
be directed to prepare and submit to this Board, at its 
earliest convenience, a detailed statement of all expendi- 
tures by the City and County, either directly or indirectly, 
on account of the war ; and the Comptroller is hereby 
requested to furnish said committee with any information 



161 Doc. No. 12. 

on this subject, not in their possession, which may be at 
his command, such statement to be made up to and in- 
cluding the 31st day of December, 1865, and to embrace 
the particulars named in the schedule annexed hereto. 



SCHEDULE. 

I. The Union Defense Fund. 

1. Authority for raising, with ordinances, resolutions, 

&c. 

2. Amount, and how raised, with names of sub- 

scribers, dates, and amount of subscriptions, &c. 

3. Disbursements. Dates and items of payment, 

specific purpose, &c. 

4. Reimbursement Dates, items, and on what ac- 

count moneys received, through whom, &c. 

5. Particulars of interest paid. 

6. Redemption of loan. Detailed statement, with 

names and dates of payments. 

7. Present condition of fund. If closed, particulars 

thereof. 

8. Summary statement of all receipts and expen- 

ditures on this account. 

II. Reception of regiments. 

1, Full items and dates of payments, and what ap- 
propriation paid from, 



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2. Authority for payment, with resolutions, &c. 

3. Particulars of unpaid bills, if any. 

4. Summary statement of all expenditures on this 

account 

III. Funerals of soldiers. 

1. Full items and dates of payments, and what ap- 

propriation paid from. 

2. Authority for payment, with resolutions, <fcc. 

3. Particulars of unpaid bills, if any. 

4. Summary statement of all expenditures on this 

account. 

IV. Presentation of flags, swords, medals, resolutions, 
&c., to regiments and soldiers, both at home and in 
the field. 

1. Full items and dates of payments, and what ap- 

propriation paid from. 

2. Authority for payment, with resolutions, c. 

3. Particulars of unpaid bills, if any. 

4. Summary statement of all expenditures on this 

account. 

V. Expenditures by and for committees. 

1. Full items and dates of payments, and what ap- 

propriation paid from. 

2. Authority for payment, with resolutions, <fec, 



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3. Particulars of unpaid bills, if any. 

4. Summary statement of all expenditures on this 

account. 

VI. Volunteer Soldiers' Family Aid Fund. Statement 
of the following particulars as to each fund : 

1. Authority for raising. 

2. Amount and how raised, with names of sub- 

scribers, dates, and amounts of subscriptions, ifec. 

3. Disbursements. Statement ' by wards and dis- 

tricts, specifying the name, age, color, condition 
and sex of each recipient of relief; name, rela- 
tionship, regiment and company of volunteer on 
whose account the payments to each recipient 
was made ; the sum per week or month paid 
to each person ; the number of payments to 
each ; total amount paid each ; and the dates 
between which payments were made to each, 
with items of expenditure in disbursing the 
said funds. 

4. Redemption of loans. Detailed statement, with 

names and dates of payments. 

5. Interest on loans. Detailed statement, with names 

and dates of payment. 

(!. Present condition of fund. 

7. Summary statement of all receipts anil expendi- 
tures on account of each fund. 



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YII. Riot Damages Indemnity Fund. 

1. Authority for raising. 

2. Amount and how raised, with names of subscri- 

bers, dates and amounts of subscriptions, &c. 

3. Disbursements. Statement of amount paid to 

each person, with date, name, location of 
property destroyed, and character of claim 
showing amount claimed, amount audited by 
Supervisors, and amount allowed by the Comp. 
troller ; also, disbursements to police and militia 
for services, with names, precinct, regiment and 
company ; particular service ; and all other pay- 
ments on this account, with items of expendi- 
ture in disbursing said fund. 

4. List of all claims disallowed by Board of Super- 

visors, with particulars of claim and ground of 
rejection. 

5. Reimbursement by sale of property, if any, or 

otherwise. 

6. Redemption of loans. Detailed statement, with 

names and dates of payments. 

7. Interest on loans.- -Detailed statement, with names 

and dates of pajanents. 

8. Present condition of fund. 

9. Summary statement of all receipts and 

op aecpunt of fund, 



165 Doc, No, 12, 

"VIII. Substitute and Relief Fund. 

1. Authority for raising. 

2. Amount and how raised, with names of : subscri- 

bers, dates and amounts of subscriptions, <fec. 

0. Disbursements. Statement of amount paid to 

each substitute, and for commutation, and to 
families of drafted men electing to go to the 
war, with date of payment, age, condition, ward 
and district of person relieved ; name of sub- 
stitute, by whom mustered, etc., with items of 
expenditure in disbursing the said fund. 

4. Redemption of loan. Detailed statement, with 

names and dates of payments. 

5. Interest on loan. Detailed statement, with names 

arid dates of payments. 

(>. Present condition of funds. 

7. Summary statement of all receipts and expendi- 
tures on account of this fund. 

IX. Volunteer Bounty Funds. Statement of the fol- 
lowing particulars as to each fund: 

1. Authority for raising. 

2. Amount, and how raised, with names of subscri- 

bers, dates, and amounts of subscriptions, <fec. 

3. Disbursements. Statement of amount paid to 

each volunteer, with name, age, color, name 



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of mustering officer, and date of payment to 
each ; na^nes of recipients of hand-money, and 
persons for whose enlistment hand-money was 
paid, with date, amount, and name of officer on 
whose certificate payment was made ; with 
items of expenditure in disbursing each fund. 

4. Reimbursements. Dates, items, and on what ac- 

count moneys received, through whom, <fec. 

5. Redemption of loans. Detailed statement, with 

names and dates of payments, <fec. 

6. Interest on loans. Detailed statement, with names 

and dates of payment, &c. 

7. Present condition of funds. 

8. Summary statement of all receipts and expendi- 

tures on account of each fund. 

X. General recapitulation. 

1. Summary of all receipts and expenditures on 
all accounts, including loans, interest, redemp- 
tion, reimbursements, payments, &c." 

The facts and figures contemplated by the foregoing 
schedule will prove of very great value in the work of 
the Bureau of Military Statistics, and will supply a much 
needed want of some complete record of the items of 
expenditure by the City and County of New York on 
account of the war. 



167 Doc. No. 12. 



XIII. Accommodations for Volun- 
teering Purposes. 

The temporary buildings erected in the Park and on 
the Battery for volunteering purposes furnished ample 
accommodations for the business of recruiting, until the 
number of recruits swelled to nearly one hundred (100; 
daily. It was then found that further accommodations 
must be supplied. 

When the work on the enrolment was discontinued, 
it was determined to use for recruiting purposes the build- 
ings erected in the Park for the work of the enrolment. 
Possession was taken of these buildings for recruiting early 
in March, and the facilities afforded by them were fully 
equal to the enlistment of one thousand (1,000) men per 
day, if necessary. 

Immediately on the announcement that recruiting was 
to be discontinued, your committee, by resolution, author- 
ized the Comptroller to take possession of the temporary 
buildings in the Park, and the property therein belong- 
ing to the County. Subsequently, the Comptroller dis- 
posed of the whole of the property, including the build- 
ings, at auction, and the amount realized was placed to 
the credit of the volunteer fund. 



Doc, No, 12, 168 

The temporary quarters on the Battery were not dls-: 
posed of at that time. Before the close of recruiting, the 
American Union Commission applied for the use of these 
buildings, as a temporarary shelter for the white refu- 
gees, who were constantly arriving here in destitute cir- 
cumstances. The following letters explain the objects of 
the association : 

AMERICAN UNION COMMISSION,) 
No. 14 BIBLE HOUSE, 

New York, April 7, 1865. ) 
Elon. ORISON BLUNT, 

Chairman Co. Com. on Volunteering : 
DEAR SIR 

The American Union Commission for Relievino; Desti- 

O 

tute refugees are in need of temporary quarters in which 
to keep refugees through the day, while in transit to 
their homes, or awaiting transportation to the country. 

Learning that the buildings formerly occupied by your 
committee for County volunteering in the Park are 
vacant, we would respectfully ask permission to use them 
for the above-named purpose. We do not design to use 
them for lodging or living purposes, but simply for the 
transaction of official business. 

Very respectfully, yours, 
(Signed) JOS. P. THOMPSON, 

President. 
IT. M. PIERCE, 

Recording Secretary. 



169 Doc. No. 12, 

NEW YORK, April 14, 1865. 
Mr. ORISON BLUNT, 

Chairman Com. on Vol., <fr. : 
DEAR SIR 

The undersigned, on behalf of the American Union 
Commission, respectfully request the use of the building 
on the Battery, recently occupied for the recruiting ser- 
vice, for the purpose of affording temporary shelter to 
white refugees as they arrive, until they can be sent to 
the interior among their friends, or where they can ob- 
tain employment, the undersigned pledging themselves 
that no sick persons shall be sent to the said building, 
and if any fall sick while there, they shall immediately 
be sent to the hospital at Bellevue. 

Very respectfully, yours, &c., 

(Signed) C. R. ROBERTS, ) 

WM. A. BOOTH, V Committee. 
GEO. W. LANE, ) 

These applications were favorably considered by your 
committee, and the use of the rooms on the Battery were 
granted to the Commission for the purposes stated. 

The Commission continued in possession of these quar- 
ters until the 19th of July, when they were again deliv- 
ered up to us, with the following letter : 



Doc. No. 12. 170 



AMERICAN UNION COMMISSION, } 
No. 14 BIBLE HOUSE, > 
New York, July 19, 1865. ) 
O. BLUNT, Esq. 

DEAR SIR 

I hereby return to you the keys of our refugee barracks. 
Although there are still occasionally a few refugees land- 
ed here, as Government has ceased to send them north 
in any great , numbers, and as our greater work in the 
Southern States is opening before us, we have decided not 
to keep open our home and barracks any longer. 

In returning to you the keys of this building, allow me 
to express to you, not only in the name of the Commis- 
sion, but in that of the homeless, who have here found a 
temporary home, our sincere thanks to you for the inter- 
est you have taken in this work of humanity, and the 
facilities which you have extended to us for its prosecu- 
tion, without which it could not have been carried on. 

I inclose a copy of Mr G. H. Allan's report, in order 
that you may know the amount of assistance which has 
been rendered at that point to those suffering people. If 
you will lay this report, together with this expression of 
the thanks of the Commission, before the appropriate 
County authorities, by whose allowance we have been 
permitted to use these barracks, you will add another ob- 



171 Doc. No. 12. 

ligation to those which your courtesy and kindness have 
already laid upon us. 

Yours, respectfully, 

(Signed) LYMAN ABBOTT, 

General Secretary. 

Your committee having no further use for the building, 
it was turned over to the -Comptroller, and, with the fur- 
niture, sold by him at auction for the benefit of the Volun- 
teer Fund. 

In the meantime all the books and papers in the hands 
of your committee, relating to the work of volunteering, 
were transferred to Nos. 71 and 73 Duane street, and 
there the work of completing the records is now being 
conducted. 



Doc, No, 12, 172 



XIV. Finances. 

In the introduction to this report, your committee have 
detailed the financial difficulties under which they labored 
in raising the quota under the call of December 19, 1864. 

The total expenditures in raising the quota under, the 
last call was three million five hundred and thirty-three 
thousand two hundred and thirty-four dollars and thirty- 
one cents ($3,533,234 31). Of this sum there was ex- 
pended in bounties : 

To army volunteers, two million two hun- 
dred and thirty-three thousand seven hun- 
dred and twenty dollars $2,233,720 00 

To re-enlisted men, thirty-nine thousand two 

hundred and forty dollars 39,240 00 



Total army bounties, two million two 
hundred and seventy -two thousand 

nine hundred and sixty dollars $2,272,960 00 

To naval volunteers, two hundred and twen 
ty-three thousand five hundred and ten 
dollars 223,510 00 



Carried forward $2.496,470 00 



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Drought forward $2,496,470 00 

Total bounties, two million four hun- 
dred and ninet} T -six thousand four 
hundred and seventy dollars 2,496,470 00 

For hand-money to army and navy, four 
hundred and fifty-two thousand seven 
hundred and fifty-five dollars.. 452,755 00 



Total bounties and premiums, two mil- 
lion nine hundred and forty-nine 
thousand two hundred arid twenty- 
five dollars $2,949,225 00 

Other Expenditures. 

For correcting the enrolment, three hun- 
dred and eighty-seven thousand and 
eighty-six dollars and eighty-seven cents $387,086 87 

For all other expenses, advertising, furni- 
ture, pay-rolls, &c., one hundred and 
ninety-six thousand nine hundred and 
twenty-two dollars and forty-four cents. . 196,922 44 



Total expenditures in raising quota 
under call of Pecember 19, 1864, three 
million five hundred and thirty-three 
thousand two hundred and. thirty* 
four dollars and thirty-one cents $3,533,234 3} 



Doc. No. 12. 174 

Tin's sum was greatly swelled by the very large bounty 
paid for most of the men raised to fill this call. 

And, inasmuch as the sum of seven hundred dollars 
($700) per man was insufficient to raise all the men re- 
quired, it is evident that, had we been compelled to 
raise the deficiency of about ten thousand (10,000) men, 
which existed when recruiting was discontinued, it could 
not have been done short of one thousand dollars ($1,000) 
per man, which would have caused an additional ex- 
penditure of ten million dollars ($10,000,000). 

Appendix " R," hereto annexed, is a detailed statement 
of all items of expenditures in raising the quota under 
the call of December 19, 1864, 



175 Doc. No. 12. 



XV. Total Expenditures for War 
Purposes during the Rebellion. 

On the 30th of June, 1865, your committee laid before 
your honorable body a copy of letter sent to the A. A. P. 
M. General of this district, in answer to inquiries from the 
War Department at "Washington, relative to the total ex- 
penditures of the City and County of New York, during 
the rebellion, for war purposes. The total then stated was 
seventeen million five hundred and twelve thousand six 
hundred and seventy-three dollars and nineteen cents 
($17,512,673 19). 

Since then, and on the 27th of February, the County 
Treasurer submitted to your honorable body a report on 
the same subject, which he had prepared for the use of 
the Bureau of Military Statistics at Albany. This state- 
ment was obtained by a much closer examination of all 
classes of expenditures growing out of the war, and by 
superior facilities for comparison, which were not at the 
command of your committee. It has since been still 
further revised and verified by your committee, and such 
revision gives the total expenditures of the City and 
County of ]STew York, from the public funds, for war pur- 
poses, from the 15th of April, 1861, to the 30th of De- 



Doc, No. 12. 176 

cember, 1865, at the aggregate of twenty million six hun- 
dred and thirty- two thousand two hundred and sixty -five 
dollars and forty-one cents ($20,632,265 41), made up as 
follows : 

Paid for bounties, nine million three hun- 
dred and seventeen thousand six hun- 
dred and twelve dollars $9,317,612 00 

Paid for recruiting fees and hand-money, 
five hundred and fifty-two thousand sev- 
en hundred and fifteen dollars 552,715 00 

Paid for all other expenses connected with 
bounties, four hundred' and forty-five 
thousand four hundred and seventy-one 
dollars and forty-six cents 445,471 46 

Paid for fitting out regiments in 1861, six 
hundred and sixty-seven thousand two 
hundred and eighty-three dollars 667,283 00 

Paid for support of families of soldiers, five 
million nine hundred and sixty-five thou- 
sand seven hundred and eleven dollars 
and seventy-three cents 5,965,711 73 

Paid for interest on City and County loans, 
one million five hundred and fifty-six 
thousand four hundred arid fifty-six dol- 
lars and twenty-six cents, 1,556,456 26 

Carried forward $18,505,249 01} 



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Brought forward $18,505,249 45 

Paid for burial of soldiers, reception of re- 
giments, &c., two hundred and twenty- 
three thousand and forty-seven dollars 
and fifty-eight cents 223,047 58 

Paid for damages by rioters in 1863, one 
million five hundred and sixteen thou- 
sand eight hundred and eighty-one dol- 
lars and fifty-one cents 1,510,881 51 

Paid for enrolment of 1864-'65, three hun- 
dred and eighty-seven thousand and 
eighty-six dollars and eighty-seven cents 387,086 87 



Total, twenty million six hundred and 
thirty-two thousand two hundred 
and sixty-five dollars and forty-one 
cents $20,632,265 41 



Recapitulation. 

Bounties and premiums, nine million eight 

hundred and seventy thousand three 

hundred and twenty-seven dollars $9,870,327 00 

Expenditures connected with bounties, 

four hundred and forty-five thousand 

four hundred and seventy-one dollars and 

forty-six cents 445,471 46 



Carried forward $10,315,798 46 

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Doc. No. 12. 178 

Brought forward $10,315,798 46 

Expenditures not connected with bounties, 
ten million three hundred and sixteen 
thousand four hundred and sixty-eight 
dollars and ninety-five cents 10,316,466 95 



Total, twenty million six hundred and 
thirty-two thousand two hundred 
and sixty-five dollars and forty-one 
cents $20,632,265 41 

Appended (marked " S'") will be found a statement 
showing how this expenditure was divided under each 
call of the President for men. 

It has been authoritatively stated that the whole amount 
expended by all the municipal corporations and States 
for war purposes reaches the sum of four hundred and 
sixty-seven million nine hundred and fifty-four thousand 
three hundred and sixty-four dollars ($467,954,364). Of 
this amount one hundred and eleven million five thou- 
sand nine hundred and fifty-three dollars ($111,005,953) 
is put down for the State of New York. 

The quotas of the -City and County of New York 
under the several calls were about one-third (^) of the 
whole quota of the State, yet our total expenditure in 
raising that one-third (^) is less than one-fifth (1-5) that 
of the remainder of the State in raising its two-thirds (f ). 



179 Doc. No. 12. 



XVI. Suits against the Committee. 

All payments, either on the part of the County or on 
behalf of individuals, made by your committee, were 
under strict rule and regulation, which in no instance was 
departed from. One of these rules was, that every re- 
cruit should receive his money in his own hand. This 
led to much complaint, especially on the part of brokers, 
who were exceedingly anxious to take care of the funds 
belonging to recruits. But the rule was inflexibly ad- 
hered to, and its justice generally admitted by an acqui- 
escence therein on the part of those doing business with 
your committee. 

In only one case was suit commenced against your 
committee by a party claiming the right to collect boun- 
ty for another. In this case, John McHugh, who claimed 
to be a re-enlisted man and credited to this County, exe- 
cuted a power of attorney to his wife to collect his boun- 
ty. Payment 'was refused until the man himself should 
appear with the papers necessary to prove the fact of his 
discharge, re-enlistment and credit. Suit was commenced 
in the Kings County Circuit of the Supreme Court, on 
behalf of said McIIugh ; but on presentation of the fact, 
principally, that the committee's regulations required that 



Doc. No. 12. 180 

re-enlisted men, should appear in person, and that said 
McHugh never had appeared, the plaintiff was beaten. 

In the payment of substitutes, the amount to be de- 
posited by principals and paid to substitutes was fixed by 
resolution of your committee, and also strictly adhered 
to. No one was required nor allowed to pay more than 
the exact amount which was to be paid to the substitute, 
arid whenever a substitute was presented the whole 
amount of the deposit was paid. Nor was any substitute 
allowed to be enlisted until it was expressly stated to him 
that he was to go as such substitute, and his consent ob- 
tained, which consent was in every case attested by his 
signature to the necessary papers. 

James Morgan enlisted in the navy as a substitute, in 
August, 1864, and received two hundred and seventy 
dollars ($270) for one-years service, which amount had 
been deposited with your committee for this purpose by 
Mr. Frederick B. Elliott. 

Subsequently, suit was commenced on behalf of Mr. 
Morgan, alleging 

First That he did not enlist as a substitute, but as a 
volunteer, and that lie was fraudulently made to appear 
in the papers as a substitute ; and 

Second That the chairman of your committee sold the 
papers for seven hundred dollars ($700) to Mr. Elliott, 



181 Doc. No. 12. 

defrauding Morgan out of the difference of four hundred 
and thirty dollars ($430) between said seven hundred dol- 
lars ($700) and the two hundred and seventy dollars 
($270) he actually received. 

Of course, the fact that Morgan himself signed papers 
consenting to go as a substitute was a full answer to the 
first allegation, and Mr. Elliott's testimony, that he de- 
posited with your committee only the two hundred and 
seventy dollars ($270) paid, was a complete answer to the 
second allegation. The case, however, went by default 
against the plaintiff, who failed to appear. 

The disputes arising from the payment of hand-money 
were frequent, and the robberies attempted by brokers 
through this means were numerous and very often suc- 
cessful, until your committee were compelled to make a 
regulation that the recruit who presented himself might 
receive his own hand-money, and that whenever the mat- 
ter was disputed the recruit should decide who was en- 
titled to the premium. 

In February, 1805, John Shea and P. W. Stapleton 
were enlisted, and the right to the hand-money of one 
hundred dollars ($100) for each recruit was disputed, the 
recruits claiming that they presented themselves, without 
any interference from any other party, and John Z. Hartt 
claiming that he presented them and was entitled to the 
premiums. After a thorough investigation, your com- 



Doc. No. 12. 182 

mittee were satisfied that the representations of the two 
recruits were correct, and the hand-money was paid to 
them. 

Mr. Hartt sued for the two hundred dollars ($200), but 
on the trial he was non-suited, it appearing that he had 
no claim to the money at all ; he being, at the time these 
men were enlisted, only a clerk for another party, to 
whom he acknowledged on the stand the claim belonged. 

The complaints and answers in these three cases will 
be found appended, marked "T." 



183 Doc. No. 12. 



XVII. Reimbursement for Bounties 
Paid under the Call of December 
19, 1864. 

In the introduction to this report reference is made to 
the legislative enactments of 1865, relating to the reim- 
bursement of towns and Counties for bounties paid in 
raising the quota under the call of the President dated 
December 19, 1864, for three hundred thousand (300,000) 
men. As previously stated, before the work of recruit- 
ing was discontinued the preparation of the evidence nec- 
essary to secure from the State reimbursement for the 
bounties paid on behalf of the County of New York was 
commenced. 

As soon as recruiting was discontinued this work was 
vigorously pushed forward, and your committee have the 
satisfaction to announce that the claim of this County for 
reimbursement of the public funds has been closed. 

In Appendix " D " of this report will be found the in- 
structions of the State authorities, in conformity with 
which the evidence on these claims was prepared. 

Appendix " C " gives the laws authorizing the reim- 
bursement. 



Doc. No 12. 



184 



In making up our claim for the men enlisted after the 
quota of July 18, 1864, was filled, there was no question 
whatever. The evidence consisted, first, of the certificate 
of the Acting Assistant Provost-Marshal General of this 
district, as to the number of men credited; second, a 
muster and descriptive roll of every man enlisted, certi- 
fied by the mustering officer ; and third, a list of such 
men, made out in the following form : 

FOKM "C." 

ROLL OF RECRUITS mustered into the service of the United 
States, under the call of December 19, 1864, by 

, and credited to the City of New York, 

County of New 'York, and State of New York, and 
to whom bounty has been paid by Orison Blunt, as 
Chairman of the Committee on Volunteering of the 
County of New York, on behalf of the said County 
of New York. 



NAMES. 


PERIOD 
FOR WHICH 
ENLISTED. 


AMOUNT 
OP BOUNTY PAID. 


REMARKS. 
[In case of substitutes, 
enter under this head 
the name of the prin- 
cipal.] 











Received, New York, , 1865, of S. E. Marvin, 

Paymaster-General, S. N. Y., dollars, being in 



185 Doc. No. 12, 

full for bounties to the above-named recruits, credited to 
the State of New York, on the call of December 19, 1864, 
as provided in chapter 29, Laws of 1 865. 



: U. 8. Kev. : 
:2 Cts. Stamn. : 



Chairman N. Y. Co. Com. on Vol. 

Indorsed. 

Form C. Koll of recruits, City of New York, County 
of New York. 

To which was appended the following form of assign- 
ment: 

I, ORISON BLUNT, do hereby assign to the Paymaster- 
General of the State of New York all my right and 
claim in the bounties of the men whose names are em- 
braced in this roll of recruits, amounting in the ag- 
gregate to dollars, the same having been assigned 

to me by said men, in pursuance to their muster into 
the service of the United States, for the terms of years 
recited on this roll ; I having received from the Pay- 
master-General, on behalf of the County of New York, 
a reimbursement for said bounties paid by me on behalf 
of the County of New York, in pursuance of chapter 
29, Laws of 1865. 



Chairman N. Y. Co. Com. on Vol. 

In addition to the foregoing, the following affidavit of 
the chairman of your committee was required as to the 
amount of bounty paid at various times : 



Doc. No. 12. 186 

STATE OP NEW YORK, ) 
County of Neio York, \ ss ' 

Orison Blunt, of the City of New York, being duly 
sworn, deposes and says that he is and has been since the 
7th day of November, 1863, the Chairman of the Commit- 
tee on Yolunteering for the County of New York, and as 
such has had charge of the payment of local bounties on 
behalf of said County ; that, from the 28th day of Septem- 
ber, 1864, to the llth day of February, 1865, the bounties 
so paid were as follows : To each one-year man, from Sep- 
tember 28 to October 26, 1864, one hundred and seventy 
($170) dollars; from October 26, 1864, to February 11, 
1865, one hundred ($100) dollars ; to each two-years man, 
for the whole time, two hundred ($200) dollars ; and to 
each three-years man, for the whole time, three hundred 
($300) dollars, except on the 14th of January, 1865, when 
the amount of six hundred ($600) dollars was paid in cer- 
tain special cases. And in addition there was paid to the 
person procuring and furnishing a recruit hand-money as 
follows : For each one-year man, from September 28 to 
October 26, 1864, one hundred ($100) dollars ; and from 
October 26, 1864, to February 11, 1865, twenty ($20) dol- 
lars ; for each two-years man, from September 28 to October 
26, 1864, twenty ($20) dollars ; from October 26, 1864, 
to February 11, 1865, thirty ($30) dollars ; and for each 
three-years man, from September 28 to October 26, 1864, 
twenty ($20) dollars ; from October 26, 1864, to Febru- 



187 Doc. No. 12 

ary 11, 1865, fifty ($50) dollars. And furthermore, that 
in case the volunteer recruit presented himself for enlist- 
ment, and not through the agency of any other person or 
persons, there was paid to such volunteer, in addition to 
the above-named bounties according to the term of service, 
a further amount of bounty, equal in amount to the hand- 
money paid as above-mentioned, and that such additional 
bounty was paid directly to the recruit; and deponent 
further says, that such additional bounty has been included 
in the returns made by him to the Paymaster-General of 
the State of New York, in accordance with the provi- 
sions of chapter 29, Laws of 1865 ; and such returns do 
not include any hand-money whatever, but only such 
amounts as were paid directly to the recruit, in considera- 
tion of his enlistment into the service of the United States 
and credit to the County of New York. 

(Signed) ORISON BLUNT. 

The following statement, on which the foregoing affi- 
davit and all our claims for reimbursement was based, 
was also submitted : 



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Having closed so much of the account as related to the 
men, in regard to our right to be reimbursed for whose 
bounty no question could arise, your committee then took 
up what was termed the " excess of years " allowed and 
credited on the call of December 19, 1864. These were 
the men who enlisted under previous calls for a period 
longer than one year, of which one year only was cred- 
ited on the call of July 18, 1864, the balance of years 
being credited on the call of December 19, 1864. In re- 
gard to this claim, the State authorities furnished the fol- 
lowing instructions in addition to those contained in Ap- 
pendix " D" : 

STATE or NEW YORK, ] 

INSPECTOR-GENERAL'S OFFICE, I 

No. 544 Broadway, f 

Neiv York, August 23, 1865. J 

ORISON BLUNT, Esq., 

Chairman Committee on Volunteering : 
SIR 

Inclosed please find the regulations in regard to claim 
for " excess of years," as established by the Paymaster- 
General. 

I am. Sir, 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) SILAS W. BURT, 

Assistant Inspector- General. 



191 Doc. No. 12. 



REGULATIONS. 

The certificate for the " excess of years " must show 
that the credit for the same operated to relieve the County 
from furnishing men under call of December 19, 1864. 
A form used by the "Western Division of the State is 
herewith inclosed. 

The certificate for the excess will show a much larger 
number of years than the State, under its rules for pay- 
ment, will allow. 

No " years in excess " will be paid for the men in ex- 
cess of March, 1864, call, or prior calls. The call of July 18, 
1864, was for one-year men, and any men in surplus of 
prior calls are simply allowed as for one year; but men 
mustered after July call for two or three years will be 
taken into consideration in payment for excess. The 
above ruling excludes payment for excess of years on the 
re-enlisted veterans of 1863 and 1864. 

No excess will be allowed for old naval credits credited 
on call of July 18, 1864. 

A certificate should be obtained from Provost-Marshal, 
showing when quota under call of July 18, 1864, was full; 
and if men, after the date of filling the quota, were credited 
on account " excess of years " on call of December 19, 1864, 



Doc. No. 12. 192 

for the full term of enlistments, the same to be certified ; 
and that they reduced the quota to extent credited ; this to 
embrace men mustered from date quota was full to 
December 19, 1864 (to show that one year of service was 
not credited on July call). 

The certificate for excess will include the extra years of 
service of substitutes furnished by principals on call of 
July 18 to December 31, 1864; arrangements had better 
be made for City to collect the full amount and make the 
settlements. 

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men making excess of years. 



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194 



Claims were submitted under this head for all volun- 
teers enlisted under the call of July 18, 1864, for more 
than one year, the evidence being precisely similar to 
that in the case of enlistments under the call of Decem- 
ber 19, 1864, except that the following form of voucher 
took the place of Form " C " : 

Excess of Years. 

FORM "E." 

ROLL SUPPLEMENTAL to muster and descriptive roll of 
recruits mustered into the service of the United 
States prior to the call of the President dated De- 
cember 19, 1864, and credited for certain terms of 
service under said call of December 19, 1864, to the 

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195 Doc. No. 12. 

Keceived, New York, - , 1866, of S. E. Marvin, 

Paymaster-General, S. 1ST. Y., dollars, being in 

full for bounties to the above-named recruits credited to 
the State of New York on the call of December 19, 1864, 
as provided in chapter 29, Laws. of 1865. 



: U. 8. Rev- : 
:2Cts. Stamp.: 



Chairman N. Y. County Com. on Vol. 

Indorsed. 

Form E. Roll of men credited to , of , 

County of , on account of excess of years on call of 

July 18, 1864. 

To which was attached the following form of assign- 
ment: 

I, OKISON BLUNT, do hereby assign to the Paymas- 
ter-General of the State of New York all my right 
and claim in the bounties of the men whose names are 
embraced in this roll of recruits, amounting in the 
aggregate to dollars, the same having been assign- 
ed to me by said men, in pursuance to their muster into 
the service of the United States, for the terms of years 
recited on this roll ; I having received from the Pay- 
master-General, on behalf of the County of New York, 
a reimbursement for said bounties paid by me on behalf 
of the County of New York, in pursuance of chapter 29, 
Laws of 1865. 



Chairman N. Y. Co. Com. on Vol. 



Doc. No. 12. 196 

Having closed this branch of our claim, we next sub- 
mitted, in the same form as tor the " excess of years," a 
claim for reimbursement for men enlisted prior to the call 
of July 18, 1864, who were in excess under the preceding 
call, and one year of whose service was counted on the 
call of July 18, 1864, and the balance of their term of 
service on the call of December 19, 1864. Of these men 
there were eleven hundred and thirty-seven (1,137), all 
enlisted for three years. Being in excess of demands on 
calls prior to July 18, 1864, they of course counted on 
that call for one year, that being the term of service for 
which that call was made. The balance of two years of 
service on each man was credited on the call of Decem- 
ber 19, 1864. Our claim was, therefore, for two years of 
service on each man, or two-thirds () of their time, 
amounting to two hundred dollars ($200) per man, the 
whole bounty paid for the three years being three hun- 
dred dollars ($300) per man. This claim amounted to 
two hundred and twenty-seven thousand four hundred 
dollars ($227,400). 

In proof that these men were not counted on calls prior 
to that of July 18, 1864, the following certificate of the 
then Acting Assistant Provost-Marshal General of this 
district, General William Hays, was filed with the papers : 



19? Doc. No. 12, 



Certificate. 

Report of men raised in tJie Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, 
Eighth and Ninth Congressional Districts in the Southern 
Division, State of New York, under the calls of the Presi- 
dent for five hundred thousand and two hundred thousand 
volunteers, from July, 1863, to May, 1.864. 

Town New York. 

County New York. 

Draft 3,059 

Number of regulars, volunteers 13,262 

Number of veterans 6,455 

Number for navy, credited as 1,564 

Number of marines, credited as 167 

Total raised 24,570 

Quota 23,370 

Deficiency 

Excess 1,137 

Remarks. 

In these districts the troops were raised by the County, 
and proportioned among the districts. 

(Signed) WILLIAM HAYS, 

Brigadier- General Volunteers. 

This claim was rejected by the State authorities, for 
the reason stated in the following communication: 



Doc. No. 12. 198 

STATE OF NEW YORK, ) 

PAYMASTER-GENERAL'S OFFICE, > 

Albany, March 27, 1866. ) 

Respectfully returned. 

Payment for excess of years is made upon the following 
basis: From the quota under call of July 18, as assigned, 
should be deducted any excess on calls prior to said call, 
and the balance regarded as the quota proper for call of 
July 18, 1864, and all persons credited on said quota for a 
term of years greater than one year (the basis of said call), 
the excess on which operated to relieve the locality from 
raising men under call of December 19, 1864, by being 
credited thereon, payment is made. All surplus on calls 
prior to July 18, 1864, should be deducted prior to as- 
signment of quota. The within claim for eleven hun- 
dred and thirty-seven (1,137) years is hereby returned ; no 
payment will be made for said credit on account of above 
ruling. 

(Signed) S. E. MARVIN, 

Paymaster- General, S. N. Y. 

It is difficult to understand the reasons assigned for the 
rejection of this claim, but it appears to be based entirely 
upon the supposition that the excess of years due from 
these eleven hundred and thirty-seven (1,137) men was 
taken into consideration in assigning the quota under the 
call of July 18, 1864. This your committee knew not to 
have been the case. Proper representation of this fact 



199 Doc. No. 12. 

Was made to the State authorities, but without any differ- 
ent result from that already noted. 

From the additional instructions contained in the 
memorandum of the Assistant Inspector-General, dated 
August 3, 1865, it will be perceived that all claims 
for reimbursement for bounties paid to re-enlisted men 
were rejected in advance. We could not well see 
how any man credited under the call of December 19, 
1864, could be excluded, under the law, whether a 
volunteer or re-enlisted man, since he counted on the 
quota, and the law was evidently intended to cover all 
proper credits ; it was therefore deemed proper to make 
the claim in due form, and to require a formal rejection. 

In raising the quota under the call of December 19, 
1864, there were paid one hundred and twenty-five (125) 
men re-enlisted in the field, and who counted on that 
quota thirty-eight thousand three hundred and forty 
"dollars ($38,340). On the call of July 18, 1864, there 
were paid two hundred and twelve (212) men re-enlisted in 
the field (one year of whose service counted on that quota 
and the other two years on the call of December 19, 
1864), sixty three thousand six hundred dollars ($63,600)? 
of which we claimed to be reimbursed for two years 
credited on call of December 19, 1864, two-thirds (f) of 
the bounty paid them, amounting to forty -two thousand 
four hundred dollars ($42,400). 



Doc. No, 12. 200 

The total amount claimed on account of re-enlisted 
men was 

For 125 men, credited on call of December 19, 

1864 $38,340 

For 212 men, credited one year on call of July 
18, and two years on call of December 19, 
1864 42,400 

Total $80,740 

This claim was formally rejected in the following letter, 

viz. : 

STATE OP NEW YOEK, } 
PAYMASTER-GENERAL'S OFFICE, V 
Albany, January 2, 1866. ) 
Hon. O. BLUNT, 

Chairman New York County Bounty Committee : 
DEAR SIR 

The basis adopted in the reimbursement of localities 
for any excess on call of July 18, 1864, credited on call of 
December 19, 1864, precludes the State from any pay- 
ment to the County of New York for veterans re-enlist- 
ing under General Orders No. 191, A. G. O. 1863, who, 
being in excess of calls prior to July 18, 1S64, were car- 
ried forward to that call and applied on the quota. The 
call of July 18, 1864, was for one-year men ; from the 
quota, as assigned under said call, should be deducted 
any surplus on prior calls, and the balance established as 
the quota under said call ; and for any men mustered to 



201 Doc. No. 12, 

fill said quota for a greater period than demanded by said 
call, the locality should receive the benefit contemplated 
in the law. Under this rule, the claims for the re-enlisted 
veterans are herewith returned. 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) S. E. MARVIN, 

Paymaster- General. 

Appended (marked " W ") is a complete statement of 
the amounts reimbursed the County of New York by the 
State for bounties : 

The amount returned to the County Trea- 
sury was two million five hundred and 
sixty-five thousand one hundred and 
fifty dollars $2,565,150 00 

The amount rejected was three hundred 
and eight thousand one hundred and 
forty dollars , 308,140 00 



The total amount claimed was therefore 
two million eight hundred and seventy- 
three thousand two hundred and ninety 
dollars $2,373,290 00 

The matter of reimbursement for substitutes enlisted 
in this City and County was a much more complicated 



Doc. No. 12. 202 

arrangement than the reimbursement for volunteers. Of 
course, where substitutes had been enlisted by the Com- 
mittee on Volunteering for those who had deposited 
money with them for that purpose, no one but the chair- 
man of your committee, under whose auspices the substi- 
tutes were paid, could produce the necessary evidence on 
which the State would pay. It therefore became the 
duty of your committee to attend to the reimbursement 
of those individuals who had deposited money with them 
for such purpose, and whose deposits at the time were 
really so much money saved to the public funds of the 
County. 

At first it was determined that in all cases where the 
substitute was not enlisted through the County, but by in- 
dividuals themselves, that the State Paymaster, through 
his agents, should settle their claims directly, and that 
your committee would confine themselves to the claims 
of those who had enlisted substitutes through the means 
provided by the committee. 

The State authorities soon found, however, that this 
could not be done, and at their solicitation it was event- 
ually determined that all claims for reimbursement on 
account of substitutes enlisted in the City and County of 
New York should be settled through your committee. 
This duty was undertaken by your committee with great 
reluctance, but as it seemed to be the only way in which 
the State authorities would consent to reimburse pay- 



203 Doc. No. 12. 

ments for substitutes at all, it was deemed proper to un- 
dertake the work. 

In order to present the proper evidence on these claims, 
every person who had provided a substitute to be en- 
listed for him was required to submit their exemption 
paper, and to execute the following power of attorney to 
the chairman of your committee : 

I, , do hereby nominate, constitute and appoint 

Orison Blunt, of the City of New York, my true and 
lawful attorney, for me and in my name, place and stead, 
to collect and receive from Selden E. Marvin, Paymas- 
ter-General, any sum or sums of money due or owing to 
me from the State of New York, under chapter 29, Laws 
of 1865, and amendments thereto, for reimbursement of 
amount paid by me to - , my legal substitute in the 

service of the United States, mustered in for years, 

on - day , 1864, to whom I paid $ . 

Dated NEW YORK, , 1864. 

Witness, 



Indorsed. 

No. . , principal. , substitute for 

years. Date, - , 1864. Amount paid, $ . 



When the substitute was enlisted by your committee, 
no evidence of the amount paid was necessary, but in all 



Doc. No. 11 204 

other cases the following form of affidavit was required 
in addition : 

STATE OF NEW YORK, [ 
County of Neiv York, \ SS ' 

On this day of , 1866, before the under- 
signed, a notary public, duly authorized by law to ad- 
minister oaths within and for said County, personally 

appeared , who, being duly sworn, deposes and 

says, that he paid , as consideration for his enlist- 
ment as a substitute, and credit to the City of 'New York, 
County of New York, upon the quota thereof, under the 

call of December 19, 1864, the sum of dollars, and 

that I have not received from any town, City or County, 
or from any person or persons acting in behalf thereof, 
any sum whatever as reimbursement for the amount by 
me paid to the said . 

Subscribed and sworn to before ) -. 

me, this day of , 1866. ) 



Notary Public, City of Neiv York. 

^Indorsed. 
Form D. Principals furnishing substitutes, affidavit of. 

Date of enlistment of substitute, , 1864. Amount 

paid substitute, $ . 

These papers, with a full muster and descriptive roll of 
each substitute, were then filed with the Paymaster-Gen- 
eral, together with the following summary or sub-roll : 



205 



Doc. No. 12. 



ROLL OF SUBSTITUTES mustered into the service of the 
United States, under the call of December J9, 1864, 
and credited to the County of New York, and to 
whom bounty has been paid by Orison Blunt, chair- 
man of the Committee on Volunteering of said 
County. 





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PERIOD 
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DATE OF 

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AMOUNT 
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BOUNTY 
PAID. 


NAMES 
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Received, , 1865, of S. E. Marvin, Paymaster- 
General, S. N. Y., - dollars, being in full for boun- 
ties to the above-named substitutes, credited to the State 
of New York, on the call of December 19, 1864, as pro- 
vided in chapter 29, Laws of 1865. 



Chairman Com. on Vol., Co. of N. Y. 

The following form of assignment was attached thereto : 

I, OKISON BLUNT, do hereby assign to the Paymaster- 
General of the State of New York, all my right and 
claim in the bounties of the men whose names are em- 
braced in this roll of substitutes, amounting in the aggre- 
gate to dollars, the same having been assigned to 



Doc. No. 12. 206 

me by the principals of said substitutes, borne on this 
roll, and in the amounts set opposite their respective 
names, in pursuance of the muster of said substitutes into 
the service of the United States for the terms of years 
recited on this roll ; I having received from the Paymaster- 
General, on behalf of the County of New York, a re- 
imbursement for said bounties paid by me on behalf of the 
County of New York and on behalf of the said principals, 
in pursuance of chapter 29, Laws of 1865, and acts sup- 
plementary thereto. 

NEW YOKK, , 1866. . 

Chairman N. Y. County Com. on Vol. 

Indorsed. 
Form C. Roll of substitutes credited to the County 

of New York. 



I 3-years . 

No. of men. 4 2 " 
1 " 



Total 



These papers being passed upon, and bonds for the 
amount handed over to the chairman of your committee, 
the sums allowed were paid to the claimants, and the fol- 
lowing receipt taken : 

NEW YORK. - , I860. 

Keceived from OKISON BLUNT, - - dollars, in full 
for State bounty due to me, under chapter 29, Laws of 



'207 Doc. No. 12. 

1865, and amendments thereto, for having furnished a sub- 
stitute for years, credited to the quota of the County 

of New York, on the call of December 19, 1864, the same 
having been collected for me from the Paymaster-Gene- 
ral of the State by the said ORISON BLUNT, my certificate 
of exemption having been surrendered to the Paymaster- 
General. 

Witness, 

Indorsed. 

No. . Receipt of . For State bounty 

for substitute furnished. $ : . 

These were all the papers used in obtaining reimburse- 
ment for substitutes enlisted under the call of December 
19, 1864. 

In claims for substitutes a portion only of whose term 
of service counted on the call of December 19, 1864, the 
following form of summary or sub-roll was submitted : 



Doc. No. 12. 



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The following form of assignment was attached thereto : 

I, OJRISON BLUNT, do hereby assign to the Paymas- 
ter-General of the State of New York all my right and 
claim in the bounties of the men whose names are em- 
braced in this roll of substitutes, amounting in the ag- 
gregate to - - dollars, the same having been assigned 
to me by the principals of said substitutes, born^ 011 this 
roll, and in the amounts set opposite their respective 
names, in pursuance of the muster of said substitutes into 
the service of the United States, for the terms of years 
recited on this roll ; I having received from the Paymaster- 
General, on behalf of the County of New York, for the 
principals aforesaid, a reimbursement for said bounties, 
in pursuance of chapter 29, Laws of 1865, and acts sup- 
plementary thereto. 

NEW YORK, , 1866. 



Chairman N. Y. County Com. on Vol. 

Indorsed. 

Excess of years. Form E. Roll of substitutes credited 
to the County of New "York, on account of excess of 
years, on call of Jnly 18, 1864. 

( Three-years 

No. of men. < Two-years 

( One-year 



Total 



Doc. No. 12. 210 

These claims were accompanied by the folio wing "affi- 
davit : 

STATE OF NEW YORK, ) 

>" ^^ * 

City and County of New York, j 

On this 28th day of June, 1866, before me, a Notary 
Public, personally appeared Orison Blunt, who being duly 
sworn, doth depose and say : That he was Chairman of the 
Committee on Volunteering of the County of New York, 
aforesaid, for the years 1864 and 1865, and had charge of 
the payment, on behalf of the Comptroller of said City 
and County, of local bounties for said County on the calls 
of July 18 and December 19, 1864 ; and that while hav- 
ing said charge he also paid a large number of the per- 
sons named as enlisted substitutes in the accompanying 
rolls, and that in every case where such payment was not 
made directly by him, he has required of the persons 
claiming to have made such payment an affidavit thereof; 
that said payments were to persons representing six thou- 
sand eight hundred and ninety-one (6,891) years of excess 
on the call of July 18, 1864, for which reimbursements 
have been made by the Paymaster-General of the State, 
and who severally received sums as bounty equal to nine 
hundred and seventy-one thousand three hundred and 
fifty-seven dollars and twenty-five cents ($971,357 25), or 
at the rate of one hundred and forty-one dollars ($141) 
per year for each year of said service credited on the 
call of December 19, 1864, which excess operated to re- 



211 Doc. No. 12. 

lieve the County of New York from raising men under 
the call of December 19, 1864, to the extent of said credit. 

(Signed) ORISON BLUNT. 

Sworn to before me, this ) 
28th day of June, 1866,) 

GEORGE "W. WINGATE, 

Notary Public, 
New York City. 

In these cases, the following form of receipt was taken 
by your committee for all payments to principals : 

NEW YORK, - , 18G6. 

Received from - , dollars, in full for State 

bounty due to me, under chapter 29, Laws of 1805, and 
the amendments thereto, for having furnished a substi- 
tute for three years, credited to the quota of the County 
of New York for two years, on the call of December 19, 
1864, as excess of years on a prior quota, the same having 
been collected from the Paymaster-General of the State 
, my certificate of exemption having been surren- 
dered to the Paymaster-General. 

Witness, 



Indorsed. 

No. . Receipt of . For State bounty 

for substitute furnished. '$ . 



Doc. No. 12. 212 

The business of reimbursement for substitutes was ren- 
dered more difficult by the fact that nearly all the pay- 
ments by the State were in bonds of one thousand dollars 
($1,000), or more. At first your committee pursued the 
plan of obtaining authority from the parties making 
claims to sell the bonds in the market, the claimants sub- 
mitting to the discounts. 

But, eventually, the plan was adopted of paying the 
claimants, who were willing to take them, one thousand 
dollar ($1,000) bonds, receiving the difference between 
the claim and the bond in money ; and the funds thus re- 
ceived were applied to reimbursing those claimants who 
presented evidence that they were unable to pay the dif- 
ference between the amount of their claim and the bond. 

It is proper to remark that your committee found this 
business of reimbursing individual claimants a thankless 
task. Though nothing was charged for the labor involved 
in preparing the necessary papers to perfect these claims, 
in too many instances claimants who had paid a less 
amount than that allowed by the State were dissatisfied 
that they were not paid more money than they had actu- 
ally expended. 

The total amount claimed for substitutes, except those 
claimed as "surplus of years," was two hundred and thir- 
ty-two thousand seven hundred and eighty-four dollars 
($232, 784), of which the whole amount was reimbursed, 



213 Doc. No. 12. 

and paid over to the parties on whose behalf substitutes 
were enlisted. 

Appendix "X," annexed, is a complete statement of 
the amount received from the State in reimbursement of 
sums paid for the enlistment of substitutes, except for the 
"surplus of years." 

The following statement shows the whole amount re- 
imbursed this County by the State, including the pay- 
ments to the County and to individuals (except for "sur- 
plus of yeans " due for substitutes) : 

Total reimbursed the County, two million 
five hundred and sixty-five thousand one 
hundred and fifty dollars $2,565,150 00 

Total reimbursed individuals, two hundred 
and thirty-two thousand seven hundred 
and eighty-four dollars 232,784 00 



Total $2,797,934 00 

At the date of this report, the work of reimbursing 
claimants for amounts paid substitutes counting as " sur- 
plus of years " is in progress, and full report thereon will 
be made as soon as the business is completed. 



Doc. No. 12. 214 



XVIII. Further Reimbursement. 

It is quite probable that the County may be further re- 
imbursed for its expenditures on account of the war by 
the General Government. 

In December, 1865, Mr. Elaine (of Maine) introduced 
into the House of Representatives a bill " to reimburse 
the loyal States] for advances made and debts contracted 
in support of the war for the preservation of thft Union," 
which was referred to a select committee. The commit- 
tee advised with the State authorities, and found that 
the amount raised by loans alone by the various States 
and municipal corporations for the war reached the 
enormous aggregate of about five hundred million dollars 
($500,000,000). 

Subsequently, the Committee reported a bill providing 
for the reimbursement to the various loyal States the sum 
of fifty-five dollars ($55) for each man enlisted in the 
States, which would amount to one hundred and eighteen 
million four hundred and eighty-seven thousand one hun- 
dred and five dollars ($118,487,105), or little more than 
one-fifth (1-5) of the total. This sum it is proposed to 
pay the States in twenty (20) year five (5) per cent, bonds. 

(This report, which is of much interest in connection 



215 Doc. No. 12. 

with the number of men furnished and expenditures by the 
States for the war, will be found appended, marked "IT.") 

Should this law pass, which seems quite probable at 
Boine future time, the State of New York would receive 
about twenty million dollars ($20,000,000). It is more 
than likely that some provision would be made by the 
State, on the receipt of this amount, for its pro rata di- 
vision among the municipal corporations, in which case it 
is estimated the County of New York would be entitled 
to about one-third (|) of the amount or seven million dol- 
lars ($7,000,000), having furnished about one-third Q) of 
all the men called for from the whole State. 

The distribution under this arrangement, being govern- 
ed by the number of men raised, would realize to the City 
and County of New York a much larger sum out of twen- 
ty million dollars ($20,000,000) than was realized from the 
State distribution of thirty million dollars ($30,000,000), 
the division of which was governed by the amount actual- 
ly paid in bounties. The fact that New York raised 
about one-third (^) of the men furnished by the State, and 
only expended about one-fifth (1-5) of the amount ex- 
pended by the rest of the State in raising the other two- 
thirds (!) of the men, has operated to our injury in the 
State distribution, but the proposed United States distri- 
bution being based only on the number of men raised, we 
should be largely the gainers by that system of division. 



Doc. No. 12. 216 



XIX. Claims made for Bounties af- 
ter Payment thereof was discon- 
tinued. 

No bounty has been paid since the passage of the reso- 
lution by your committee on the 14th of April, 1865, dis- 
continuing the same. It appeared, subsequently, how- 
ever, that on the day, in April, this resolution was adopt- 
ed several persons had volunteered in expectation of the 
bounty. But, as there was no need of further credits, 
your committee did not deem it advisable to open the 
door in any case. Had they done so, there is no know- 
ing when payments would have stopped, for it was well 
understood that several thousand men, re-enlisted in the 
field, had been actually credited who had not yet ap- 
peared to claim their bounty, in accordance with our rule, 
when payment w r as stopped. Of course, if any one claim 
had been admitted all would have had to be ; hence, as 
late as the date of this report, claims are being made for 
bounty for re-enlisted men. Immediately after payment 
was stopped the claims made were very numerous, and 
were in many cases backed by legal opinions, such as the 
following : 



217 Doc No. 12. 



LAW DEPARTMENT, ) 

OFFICE OF COUNSEL TO THE CORPORATION, > 

May 2, 1865. ) 
My DEAR SIR 

William Jamieson, of Fiftieth New York Volunteers, 
and William Homan, of Sixth Regulars, induced by the 
advertisements of this County, as they inform me, enlisted 
in the field, the former in December, 1863, and the latter 
in February, 1864, for the benefit of this County, and 
were mustered in and allowed to it. Owing to the fact 
that the muster-rolls of the Fiftieth Regiment were not 
here when Jamieson was here on furlough, and that 
Homan has not been in this City since his re-enlist- 
ment, neither have received their local bounty. Jamie- 
son's name appears in your report at page 678, but I do 
not find that of Homan, although William Holman's 
name appears at page 662 of report. 

At any rate, if they furnish the evidence that they en- 
listed, were mustered in and credited to this County by 
reason of the advertisement of its officers, they ought to 
be paid, and have, I think, a valid claim against the 
County for the amount of their bounty. 

Yours truly, 
(Signed) JOHN E. DEVELIN. 

To. Mr. BLUNT, 

Ohairmctn, dec, 



Doc, No. 12. 218 

The reply to this was the reply made to all, and we 
think your committee were fully justified in the course 
they pursued, saving to the County by their caution sev- 
eral million dollars : 

NEW YORK, May 15, 1865. 

Respectfully returned. 

The County of New York never advertised nor held 
out any inducement for re-enlisted men to be credited 
to the County of New York, nor had they ever paid 
bounty to any re-enlisted man, except on strict compli- 
ance with the requirements set forth on the printed slip 
annexed, which embrace the rules adopted by the com- 
mittee. 

As the State assumed the payment of bounties by the 
laws of February, 1865, it is possible that these re- 
enlisted men may make a good claim against the State ; 
but as the payment of County bounty has entirely ceased, 
I do not see how any man, no matter what the circum- 
stances of his enlistment, can now obtain bounty from the 
County. 

I shall be happy to see you and fully explain this sub- 
ject, as a great many claims of this character are likely to 

arise. 

I am, Sir, very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 
(Signed) O. BLUNT, 

Chairman. 



219 Doc. No. 12. 



XX. Appeal of the Volunteer and 
Substitute Agents. 

Your committee believe that, from the commencement 
of their labors, they have been enabled to entirely save 
the County from being victimized by agents in the volun- 
teer and substitute business, although many attempts 
were made upon us. While, for some time before the 
close of recruiting, paper credits were the order of the 
day, your committee never purchased a paper credit, and 
believe that every man credited to the County was actu- 
ally put into the service. But the system of paper credits 
in use in other localities became so shameful a fraud that 
at last the Navy Department was compelled to make most 
stringent regulations to secure that credits should represent 
men, not paper merely. Men would be enlisted in this 
County, and papers issued in triplicate, and then would be 
improperly used by the agents holding them sometimes 
two or three times for the benefit of different country 
towns. The Navy Department regulations designed to 
stop this fraud created great excitement among the agents 
here engaged in procuring credits, and although your 
committee had nothing to do with it, they were unspar- 
ingly denounced for it. 



Doc. No. 12. 220 

Secret meetings were held by these gentlemen, and 
the order of the department held up as an attempt to se- 
cure all the naval credits to the County of New York, 
and representations of all kinds were made to WaShing- 
ton, designed to secure the countermanding of the order 
issued, but happily without avail. 

How the matter was received by those interested can 
best be seen by the following petition, which was ex- 
tensively signed, not only by the agents, but by Super- 
visors of adjacent towns, who were relying on New 
York to fill their quotas. 

To the Hon. GIDEON WELLES, 

Secretary of tJie Navy : 

The petition of the undersigned, Supervisors and others 
of the States of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, 
respectfully represent : 

That we are deeply interested in filling our respective 
quotas of men, in anticipation of a draft, and desirous of 
rendering the Government all the aid 'in our power towards 
the final overthrow of armed rebellion to the national 
authority. 

That for some time past enlistments in the navy have 
been seriously impeded and partially suspended, in conse- 
quence of certain rules and orders purporting to have. 



221 Doc. No. 12. 

emanated from the Naval Bureau at Washington, of 
which the following are the most prominent and preju- 
dicial, viz.: 

First " That all recruits must be credited within one 
week of the time of their enlistment. " 

Second "That substitutes must furnish the names of 
their principals and places of credit when enlisted. " 

Third "That aliens arid others not liable to draft, must 
obtain a sealed request from the Provost-Marshals of the 
district of credit, directed to the commanders of the naval 
rendezvous where they may enlist, requesting such credit 
to be given or said recruits will not be received as sub- 
stitutes. " 

Fourth " That volunteers must receive and be paid on 
board the receiving-ship three hundred dollars (&300), 
and substitutes six hundred dollars ($600), for three years, 
and in proportion for a shorter period, or they will be re- 
jected; that being the amount paid in the City of New 
York, and not in other parts of the State." 

Fifth " That parties having procured a substitute, must 
appear with him before the Provost-Marshal of the dis-. 
trict of credit, and obtain his direction to the commander 
of the rendezvous, where he may seek to be enlisted, re- 
questing such credit to be given or he will not be re- 



Doc. No. li 



ceived, (and by a more recent interpretation of the bu- 
reau) that though volunteers need no such request of 
the Provost-Marshal, substitutes cannot be credited with- 
out. " 

Your petitioners further show, that the foregoing regu- 
lations are burdensome and unjust. That, in their esti- 
mation, the Government who demand recruits by draff, 
should facilitate enlistments by every means in their 
power, and under no circumstances should they discour- 
age the efforts of the principals to raise and pay the 
entire bounties, without assistance from the General Gov- 
ernment. 

That the foregoing rules and regulations seem to have 
as their object, and really have in their operation, the 
effect of centralizing in and for the City and County of 
New York all naval credits of men shipping at that port, 
almost to the exclusion of the balance of the State, to- 
gether with the neighboring States of New Jersey and 
Connecticut, all of whom are compelled to bring their 
recruits to the naval rendezvous of New York and Brook - 
lyn for enlistment. 

Your petitioners further show, that the City of New 
York is rich, populous, and powerful, and that they can 
and do pay larger bounties than the surrounding districts. 
That the naval rendezvous being located in their midst, 
they are not put to the expense of "traveling long dis- 



223 Doc. No. 12. 

> 

tances with recruits, nor of paying agents to superintend 
their enlistment and credit. 

That your petitioners consider it unjust to compel them 
(in view of all these disadvantages) to pay as high bounties 
as the City of New York, or lose the recruit, credit, and 
time and money expended in his transit, the effect simply 
being to pass him over to the credit of said City. That 
it is indeed a violation of the obligation of contracts, 
solemnly guaranteed to us by tfce Constitution, to compel us 
to pay a higher price to the recruit than he has con- 
tracted and is willing to go for. That it is equally unjust 
to compel principals in adjacent States and counties to 
take the recruit or substitute before a Provost-Marshal of 
his district, and obtain his direction to commanders of 
rendezvous, in order to secure a credit. For the City of 
New York, with the recruit and Provost-Marshal on 
hand, it is comparatively an easy matter, but oppressive 
and unjust to us, who have to travel long distances for 
its accomplishment. Equally onerous and unfair is it to 
compel substitutes to furnish the names of their principals 
at the time of enlistment. Our men frequently come in 
from long voyages, and wish to enlist at once, and be 
credited as substitutes to the place they claim domicile. 

If our agents have no principals on hand, we lose the 
credit before they can get one, and the recruit is readily 
absorbed by the City of New York. That, through the 



Doc. No. 12. 224 

instrumentality of these and similar specious orders, al- 
most all of the naval recruits enlisted go to the same 
credit, and the surrounding districts are defrauded out of 
their just rights. 

Your petitioners further show, that said City has natu- 
ral advantages, in her maritime position and naval ren- 

. dezvous, sufficient to insure her the lion's share of recruits, 
without invoking to her aid rules and orders from the 

; Navy Department, the intent, object, and effect of which 

. are to drive aliens and Citizens fairly belonging to sur- 
rounding districts into her net, for her exclusive benefit. 
That the large naval credit she effected through the efforts 
of her Supervisors on the last draft was (in the enlight- 
ened opinion of your petitioners) mainly derived from the 
absorption of recruits and credits that really belonged to 
other districts, and should have been equitably distributed 
among them. That in this manner the City of New 
York has been almost wholly exonerated from a draft, 

; while the Government was defrauded out of the just com- 
plement of men she should have furnished, and the rural 
districts were compelled to shoulder the additional bur- 
den. 

Without intending to seem invidious, we hazard the 
suggestion, that the difficulties the Government have en- 
countered in said City, by the resistance made to the 
Iraft from a portion at least of her misguided population, 
is no adequate reason why she should be ingeniously pro- 



225 Doc. No. 12. 

9 

tected from its operations, and the burden placed on the 
shoulders of her neighbors. 

That your petitioners simply claim fair and equal 
rights ; that aliens and others not liable to draft, and not 
residents of New York City, but who claim domicile in 
other places, shall have the privilege, on making affidavit 
of the facts, of being credited as they desire, without the 
intervention of Provost-Marshals, and without the neces- 
sity of being paid a larger amount than the price agreed 
on ; and that the City of New York no longer compel us 
to come up to their standard of prices, with the privi- 
lege and ability of increasing as we approximate toward 
their standard. 

That all of said grievances have produced already 
much dissatisfaction. That hundreds of recruits have 
been altogether lost to the Government thereby. That 
enlistments have been greatly impeded, and will in time 
be entirely suspended unless the evils complained of be 
reasonably modified or abated. 

And your petitioners ever pray, &c. 



NAMES. 



RESIDENCES. 



As it Was insisted, Hot only by these gentlemen but by 

a portion of the public press at that time, that your corn- 
is 



Doc. No. 12. 226 



mittee had instigated the order of the Navy Department 
which was complained of, it is deemed proper here to dis- 
avow any such interference. Although regarding the order 
as a very proper one, your committee had nothing to. do 
with it, and, in fact, knew nothing of it until the order 
was actually issued. Its provisions operated to check the 
business of your committee as well as all others ; but as 
its design was to secure that the Government should 
actually receive all the men credited, and that such men 
should receive their bounty, it was to that extent in con- 
formity with the wishes and efforts of your committee. 

While upon the subject of fraudulent credits, we would 
call attention to a circumstance which completely vindi- 
cates the authorities of the County of Ne\v York from 
any suspicion that there were fraudulent enlistments 
through their instrumentality. In report dated February 
28, 1865 (pages 102-5), attention is called to a letter of 
Provost-Marshal General James W. Fry to Acting As- 
sistant Provost-Marshal General E. "W. Hinks, relative to 
fraudulent enlistments, in which occurs the following 
passage : 

" Of the five thousand four hundred and sixty-two 
(5,462) stated above as enlisted to the credit of New York 
City, since July last, many were fraudulently enlisted 
and counted several times over, and some of them are 
still in the City of New York, repeating their enlistments 
to fill the present quota. The conduct of the parties impli- 
dated in these frauds is now undergoing official scrutiny," 



Doc. No. 12. 

This statement was denied and fully disproved in our 
report of February 28, but we have now the amplest 
testimony that, at the very time this statement was made, 
General Fry, and those acting under his orders in ferret- 
ing out fraudulent enlistments, were satisfied that the 
authorities of the County -of New York were not only in- 
nocent of participating in these frauds, but that attempts 
at such frauds here would be unsuccessful. It will be 
recollected that General Fry, through Colonel Baker and 
others, arranged a plan by which, through a special office 
opened at Hoboken, they expected to capture many 
bounty-jumpers. This matter was in part investigated 
before a committee of the last Congress, appointed 
to investigate statements and charges made by Hon. 
Roscoe Conkling against Provost-Marshal General Fry 
and his bureau, and among other witnesses was Theodore 
Allen, who was engaged by General Fry and Colonel 
Baker to assist in trapping bounty-jumpers. At page 
161 of the printed testimony (House Document, Report 
No. 93), after testifying o having had an interview with 
General Fry on the subject of capturing these bounty- 
jumpers, the following occurred: 

" QuestionNow, tell the committee in your own lan- 
guage all that passed between you and General Fry all 
that was said upon that occasion. Tell just what you 
recollect took place there* 

said he had been informed of the plans 



Doc. No. 11 228 

that had been made between Colonel Baker and myself 
for the capture of bounty-jumpers, with the view of break- 
ing up bounty -jumping. \^. 

" Question Well, what further ? 

" Answer And he wanted to know if he had understood 
the plan rightly, and what it was. I told him I had seen 
Baker and talked with him on this matter, and that we 
had a plan arranged, and had hired an office in Hobokeu ; 
because they ivould go to Hoboken to enlist and desert before 
they would to New York, because at New York they would 
be known. They would not have the opportunity of enlist- 
ing in New York that they would if they came to Ho- 
boken, it being out of the State." 

' At page 175, being still upon the matter of his inter- 
view with General Fry, Mr. Allen says : 

"I went over the ground, and told him that I thought 
it best to open a recruiting office at Hoboken, and that 
we had hired such an office in Hoboken, and that it waa 
our object to have a mustering officer appointed there; 
that I thought Colonel Ilges was the best man, as he had 
been in our office in Chambers street, and that we should 
have a mustering officer appointed in Hoboken to muster 
these men in, because it was a better place than New York, 
as the men were afraid to enlist in New York ; and that our 
object was to enlist four or five of the most noted bounty- 
jumpers every day, and let them get their bounty, and that 
when the grand haul was to be made that that would be 



229 Doc. No. 12. 

an inducement for all the bounty-jumpers to come there 
that day and enlist." 

Comment we think unnecessary. 



XXI. The Naval Credits of 1864. 

In our report on filling the quota of this County under 
the call of July 18, 1864, for five hundred thousand 
(500,000) men (pages 231-282), your committee treat very 
fully of the manner in which a large portion of the 
credits due us were taken from us and given to Brooklyn 
and other localities by the commission appointed to deter- 
mine the question as to the naval credits due New York. 

We then stated that Colonel Frederick Townsend, 
A. A. P. M. General, Northern Division of New York, 
and one of the commission, had, as soon as our claim 
was submitted, instructed all the rest of the State to lay 
claim to the credits claimed by us. 

We are now enabled to add to the record made in our 
former report some documents which will show how great 
was the desire to reduce the number of men claimed by 
us. We filed our claim for credit, and evidence in 'sub- 
stantiation, on the 23d of August, 1864. On the 27lh of 
August, Colonel Townsend communicated to General Fry 
the following : 



Doc. No. 12. 230 

STATE OF NEW YORK, NORTHERN DIVISION, "] 
OFFICE OF THE A. A. PROVOST-MARSHAL GENERAL, I 
AND SUPERINTENDENT OF VOL. RECRUITING, 

Albany, August 27, 1864. J 
Brig.-Gen. JAMES B. PRY, 

Provost- Marshal Gen., Washington,!). G.: 
GENERAL 

Colonel Stonehouse, on behalf of the Governor, visits 
"Washington in reference to the commission for the deter- 
mination of the places of credit of certain enlistments made 
in the navy from April 15, 1861, to February 24, 1864. 

He proposes to exhibit samples of the evidence which, 
after much effort on his part, he has been able to secure 
for the examination of the commission. 

It will be observed that this evidence comprises rolls 
which are said to be counterparts of the rolls of the vari- 
ous naval rendezvous in and about the City of New York, 
but are not official, as they need the certificate of the 
officers in charge of the respective rendezvous, and upon 
which a claim is based for twenty-five thousand (25,000) 
of such enlistments for credit to the City and County 
of New York. 

In my judgment all this is just no evidence at all ; and 
as one of the commissioners, I am unwilling to base any 
report upon it under present instructions. 

The Supervisors of towns have been notified of this 
claim of the City of New York, and we are now receiving 



231 Doc, No. 12. 

notices from various sources in the interior of the State 
that evidence will be produced before the commission 
establishing the places of residence of many of these en- 
listments elsewhere than in the City and County of New 
York. If these naval enlistments are to be assigned 
prior to the 5th of September next, owing to the short- 
ness of the period, I would recommend that the whole 
number due the State of New York be divided between 
the three divisions in the same proportion that their re- 
spective enrolments bear to the enrolment of the whole 
State. 

I am, General, 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Signed) FREDERICK TOWNSEND, 

Lt.-Col. Ninth U. S. Infantry, 
A. A. P. M. General. 

The modest proposition to divide the twenty-seven 
thousand (27,000) credits claimed by us among the three 
divisions of the State, which would have left New York 
County, when the whole division was complete, probably 
about seven thousand (7,000) credits, was so palpably un- 
just that it resulted only in Brooklyn obtaining about six 
thousand (6,000) and other localities about two thousand 
(2,000). We have never been able until now to obtain 
'an exact exhibit of the division of the credits of w r hich we 
were then deprived, and we are gratified to place upon 



Doc. No. 12. 232 

record the first official report of the commission making 
the assignment of this State. It is as follows : 

ALBANY, September 3, 1864. 
Brig.-Gen'l JAMES B. FRY, 

Provost-Marshal General, Washington, D. (7,; 

GENERAL 

The commission appointed July 22, 1864, by the 
Secretary of War, to ascertain what credits the State of 
New York and the different subdivisions of the State 
are entitled to under section 8 of the act, approved July 
4, 1864, " further to regulate and provide for the enroll- 
ing and calling out the national forces, and for other 
purposes," have the honor to report that the Secretary of 
the Navy has furnished the commission with a statement 
that there have been enlisted in the navy, from the State 
of New York, from April 15, 1861, to February 24, 
1864, twenty-seven thousand seven hundred and forty-six 
(27,746) men. The commission accept this as the evi- 
dence of the whole number of enlistments in the navy, 
credit for which is due the State of New York during 
such period. 

In apportioning these credits among the several sub- 
divisions of the State, the commission would have met 
with much embarrassment were it not for a statement 
contained in the letter of the Provost Marshal General of 
July 22, addressed to the members of the commission, 
which is as follows : 



Doc. No. 12, 

" In determining this question, the Secretary thinks it 
will be fair to presume that the State in which naval en- 
listments have been made is entitled to the credit for 
those enlistments, unless it shall appear by more direct 
evidence that the credits belong elsewhere." 

In the evidence of naval enlistments submitted to the 
commission, it appears that there is no place of residence 
of the enlisted man specified other than the place of the 
naval rendezvous where enlisted ; and as for the period cov- 
ered by the investigation of the commission there were na- 
val rendezvous only in the cities of New York and Buf- 
falo ; these enlistments, in the absence of " more direct 
evidence that the credits belong elsewhere," should be ap- 
portioned to the Congressional districts comprising those 
cities ; but the commission, up to the present date, has 
received direct evidence that at least three hundred and 
seven (307) of these enlistments are of men whose resi- 
dences are in certain interior places of the State other 
than the Cities of New York and Buffalo, and have con- 
sequently apportioned a credit for the same to the towns 
and Congressional districts entitled to them, and have de- 
ducted this number from the total number of naval 
enlistments certified by the Secretary of the Navy as due 
the State of New York for the period mentioned. But 
as the time for. procuring evidence as to the residence of 
men who have thus enlisted in the navy has been so lim- 
ited, and as the commission is persuaded that, had more 
time been allowed, at least fifteen hundred (1,500) more 



Doc. No. 12. 234 

enlistments would have been found to be due to the inte- 
rior towns of the State, they have reserved such number, 
and apportioned the same temporarily to the credit of 
the State at large, to be more specifically apportioned 
hereafter. They have also deducted from the total num- 
ber due the State, as certified by the Secretary of the 
Navy, one hundred and seventeen (117) enlistments, 
which appear, by a communication to the commission 
from the Provost-Marshal General's bureau, to have- 
already been borne on the enrolment lists, and conse- 
quently hitherto credited by that bureau to the places 
where they belonged. 

With these deductions, and after deducting the enlist- 
ments found to be due the City of Buffalo, namely, 
thirteen hundred and twenty-eight (1,328), there remain 
twenty-four thousand four hundred and ninety-four (24,494) 
enlistments which are claimed to be due to the City of 
New York; but for the reason that New York and 
Brooklyn are so intimately connected, both commercially 
and geographically, it has been thought just, for the pur- 
poses of this commission, that they shall be considered 
a unit, and the residue of credits has therefore been ap- 
portioned between these cities in proportion to their re- 
spective populations, as follows : 

Brooklyn 6,046 

New York ' 18,448 

In recapitulation, the apportionment by the commission 
of the credits is as follows ; 



235 



Doc. No. 12. 



RECAPITULATION. 



CONGRESSIONAL 
DISTRICTS. 


TOWN. 


COUXTY. 


XO. OF. 
HEX. 


TOTAL. 


First 


Jamaica. 


Queens 


18 






Flushing 




33 






North Hempstead. . . . 


u 


5 






Oyster Bay 


u 


17 












73 


Second and Third. . 


Brooklyn City 


Kings 


6 046 


6 046 


Fourth to Ninth, in- 
clusive 


New York City 


New York 


18 448 


18 448 


Eleventh 


Bethel .. . . 


Sullivan. 


5 


5 


Twelfth 


East Fishkill.... 


Dul chess 


2 






Pawlings 




1 














Thirteenth 


Athens 


Green 


3 


3 


Fourteenth 


Schoharie . . ... 


Schoharie 


1 


1 


Fifteenth 


Kingsbury 
Fort Edward 


Washington. . . 


5 

4 






Whitehall 




2 






White Creek 




1 






Lansingburgh 


Renssclaer. . . 


25 






Brunswick 




5 






Schaghticoke 




4 






North Greenbush 




5 






Troy City 




45 




Sixteenth 


Ticondero^a 


Essex 


1 


96 




Horicon 


Warren 


] 






Chazv 


Clinton 


1 




Seventeenth 


Potsdam 


St. Lawrence 


7 


3 

7 


Eighteenth . . 


Waterford 


Saratoga. 


7 






Northampton 


Fulton 


1 






Stillwater 


Saratoga .... 


5 






Duanesburgh 


Schenectady 


1 






SchenecUidy City. 5th 
Ward .... 


n 


1 






Schenectadv City, 2d 
Ward . .". 


u 


3 




Nineteenth 
Carried forward. . 


Oxford 


Chcnango 


10 


18 
10 

24,713 



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236 



CONGRESSIONAL 
DISTRICTS. 


TOWN. 


COUNTY. 


NO. OF 
MEN. 


TOTAL. 


Brought forward . 
Twentieth 








24,713 

ty 

bSUiiJJ 

n 

3 
1 

18 
5 

6 
1,328 

6 


Urownville 


Jefferson 


4 

* '-* 
i 

4 


Twenty-first........ 

axi? ?j.'?' iy /;:-(:. . 
Twenty-second ..... 
Twenty-third 


Rodman 
Newport 


Herkimer ..... 
Oneida 


German Flats .. 

Paris 
Ara 


3 
1 
1 

3 
8 

1 

21 
1 




Augusta 




UticaCity, 1st Ward.. 
Whitestown 







Marshall 


Oswego City 


Oswego .... 


Lennox 


Madison 
Cortlandt 


Tmxtou 


2 
1 

1 

9 
9 


Twenty-fifth 


Cortlandtville 


Livingston 
Broome 


Geneseo 


Twenty-sixth 


Binghampton 


Twenty-seventh . . . 
Twentv-ninth 


Ithaca 


Tompkins 
Steuben 


Bath 
Bradford 


4 
1 

2 
1 
3 




Pavilion 


Genesee 


Thirtieth 


Byron 




Newfane 


Niagara 


Buffalo City 
Olean 
Total . . . 


Erie 
Cataraugus 


1,328 
6 


Thirty-first 

Enlistments already 
shal General's bur 
Credits reserved to 
hereafter apportio 

Total of er 


26,129 

117 
1,500 
27,746 


26,129 

117 
1,500 
27,746 


credited, as reported by Provost-Mar- 
eau 


the State at large, which are to be 
ned 


ilistments due the Stat 


e 





All of which is respectfully submitted. 
(Signed) FKEDERICK TOWNSEKD, 

Lieut.- Col. Ninth U. S. Infantry. 
(Signed) J. B. STOREHOUSE, 

Col. and Assist. Ad.- Gen. S. N. Y. 



237 Doc. No. 12. 

This completes the record the subsequent report of 
the commission being merely assignments of the fifteen 
hundred (1,500) reserved enlistments. 

No better evidence could be furnished, we think, of the 
injustice done New York in taking away from us the six 
thousand (6,000) credits given to Brooklyn than is con- 
tained in the commission's report, for it is there acknowl- 
edged that the only claim presented by Brooklyn was the 
fact of her intimate connection with New York, both geo- 
graphically and commercially. 



Doc. No. 12. 238 



XXII. Men Re-enlisted in the Field. 

The whole number of men re-enlisted in the field, for 
whom credit was claimed and received by your commitee, 
was six thousand and seventy-five (6,075). 

By Appendix " V," it will be perceived that the whole 
number of re-enlisted men credited to the County, of 
which record was kept at the Adjutant-General's office 
at Albany, and of which report was made to Washington, 
was six thousand nine hundred and thirty-one (6,931). So 
that the County had credit at Washington for eight hun- 
dred and fifty-six (856) men more than she actually 
claimed, or than she was credited with by the Provost- 
Marshal of this district. 



239 Doc. No. 12. 



XXIII. The Examining Department. 

Appendix " Y, " annexed to this report, is a very full 
report made to your committee by Dr. William F. 
Browne, detailing the result of his experience as ex- 
amining officer at the rooms of the committee. This 
report gives a variety of facts of great value in con- 
nection with the subject of recruiting. It also gives 
an insight into some of the many difficulties under which 
your committee have labored in enlisting men. 

Dr. Browne was in service with your committee, as ex- 
amining surgeon, for about a year, and in that capacity 
rendered efficient service. 



Doc. No. 12. 240 



XXIV. The Enrolment Bureau. 

A complete history of the work in correcting the en- 
rolment of the County of New York will be found in 
the report of the chief of that bureau. (Appendix, marked 
" Z.") 

When the immense amount of labor performed is con- 
sidered, it will be conceded that the expenditure for that 
work was quite moderate ; and though its good results 
were not directly perceptible, yet there can be no doubf 
that to this, more than any other one thing, was due the 
escape of the County of New York from a draft. The 
delays made in the prosecution of the draft were princi- 
pally due to the work on the enrolment ; and that the 
work did not become useful was due only to the fact tha t 
the Government officials desired to take to themselves all 
the benefit to be derived from it, without giving to the 
County the benefit due it in return, 

In connection with the report on this subject, is given 
a statement showing the men who were drafted in the 
First Ward, with the evidence collected by the Enrol- 
ment Bureau as to the liability of those men. 

It will be at once perceived how utterly unreliable 
the Government enrolment was, and how few men the 
draft, predicated upon that enrolment, would have se- 
cured to the Government. 



241 Doc. No. 12. 



XXV. Appendices. 

In connection with this report, your Committee submit 
very full appendices, showing in detail their operations 
in filling the quota under the last call of December 19, 
1864, and also subsequent proceedings in reimbursing 
the County for volunteers, and individuals for substitutes 
paid bounties by reason of their counting on the quota, 
either in whole or in part, on said call. These appendices 
are entitled as follows : 

APPENDIX A. Ordinances, resolutions, <&c., of the Board 
of Supervisors in relation to the quota, bounties, and 
recruiting, under the call of the President dated 
December 19, 1864, for three hundred thousand 
(300,000) men. 

APPENDIX B. Acts of the Legislature of 1865 relating 
to bounties, &c. 

APPENDIX C. The change in quotas Letter of Presi- 
dent Lincoln Government commission on the 
Quota Eeport of the Rhode Island commission on 
Quota The new Enrolment jLaw of Congress. 

16 



Doc. No. 12. 242 

APPENDIX D. Orders of State officers in regard to the 
assumption of the payment of bounties by the State. 

APPENDIX E, Papers relating to the First Army Corps. 

APPENDIX F. Statement showing the number of de- 
posits for substitutes, withdrawals of deposits, and 
number of substitutes furnished by the Committee 
on Volunteering for citizens in anticipation of the 
draft, while filling the quota of the County of New 
York, under the President's call dated December 
19, -1864, for three hundred thousand (300,000) men. 

Statement showing the receipts and expenditures 
of the Committee on Volunteering, in connection 
with the furnishing of substitutes for citizens in an- 
ticipation of the draft, while filling the quota of the 
County of New York, under the President's call 
dated December 19, 1864, for three hundred thousand 
(300,000) men. 

Statement showing in detail the daily operations 
of the Committee on Volunteering in supplying sub- 
stitutes for citizens in anticipation of the draft, while 
filling the quota, under the President's call dated 
December 19, 1864, for three hundred thousand 
(300,000) men. 

APPENDIX G. Complete list of persons who deposited 
money with the Committee on Volunteering, for the 



, 243 Doc, No. 12. 

purpose of procuring substitutes in anticipation of 
the draft, under the President's call of December 19, 
1864, for three hundred thousand (300,000) men, from 
the 28th of September, 1864, to the close of recruit- 
ing on the 14th of April, 1865, showing the regis- 
tered number, date of deposit, name, residence, ward 
and district of depositor, years of service depos- 
ited for, amount deposited, disposition of deposit 
(whether paid to substitute or refunded to depos- 
itor), with date of payment, 

APPENDIX H. Complete list of substitutes furnished by 
the Committee on Volunteering in anticipation of 
the draft, and counting upon the quota of the 
County of New York, under the President's call 
dated December 19, 1864. for three hundred thou- 
sand (300,000) men, from the 28th day of September, 

1864, to the close of recruiting on the 14th of April, 

1865, giving registered number, date of payment, 
name of substitute, whether enlisted for the army 
or navy, term enlisted for, name of person for whom 
substitute was furnished, with ward and district, 
and amount of bounty paid. 

Complete list of persons to whom premiums were 
paid for the enlistment of substitutes in anticipation 
of the draft, and counting upon the quota of the 
County of New York, under the President's call 
-dated December 19, 1864, for three hundred thou- 



Doc. No. 12. 244 

sand (300,000) men, from the 28th day of September, 

1864, to the close of recruiting, on the 14th of April, 

1865, giving registered number, date of payment, 
name of person to whom such hand-money was paid, 
name of substitute for whose enlistment, such hand- 
money was paid, and amount paid. 



I.- Complete list of all substitutes in anticipa- 
tion of the draft not paid bounty through the Com- 
mittee on Volunteering, enlisted in the County of 
New York, and counting upon the quota, under the 
call of the President dated December 19, 1864, for 
three hundred thousand (300,000) men, giving the 
registered number, name of substitute, number of 
years enlisted for, name, ward, district and residence 
of person for whom substitute was enlisted, and arm 
of service, 

APPENDIX J.Statement, being conclusion of account 
of operations in connection with the substitute fund 
raised for the purpose of supplying substitutes un- 
der the call of the President dated July 18, 1864, 
[see Appendix " I " to report of Committee on Vol- 
unteering on filling the quota under the call of July 
18, 1864, for five hundred thousand (500,000) men]. 

APPENDIX K. Statement showing the services of tl^e 
State Militia of the County of New York during the 
war. 



245 Doc. No. 12. 

APPENDIX L. Statement showing the number of men to 
whom bounties were paid by the County of New 
York, in consideration of their being credited upon 
the quota of said County, under the President's call 
dated December 19, 1864, for three hundred thou- 
sand (300,000) men. 

APPENDIX M. Statement showing the whole number of 
substitutes in anticipation of the draft raised in and 
credited to the quota of the County of New York, 
under the President's call dated December 19. 1864, 
for three hundred thousand (300,000) men, who were 
furnished by the Committee on Volunteering, and 
who received their bounty from the persons repre- 
sented by them through the committee. 

Statement showing the whole number of substi- 
tutes in anticipation of the draft raised in and cred- 
ited to the quota of the County of New York, under 
the President's call dated December 19, 1864, for 
three hundred thousand (300,000) men, who were 
not furnished by the Committee on Volunteering, 
and who received their bounty directly from the per- 
sons represented by them. 

APPENDIX N. Statement embracing a recapitulation of 
all credits allowed upon the quota of the County of 
New York (as shown in preceding appendices), 
under the President's call dated December 19, 1864, 
for three hundred thousand (300,000) men. 



Doc. No. 12. 246 

APPENDIX 0. Statement showing all credits allowed 
upon the quota of the County of New York, reduced 
to years of service, under the President's call dated 
December 19, 1864, for three hundred thousand 
(300,000) men. 

APPENDIX P. Statement showing the whole number of 
men raised in the City and County of New York for 
the armies of the. Union, under the various calls of 
the President for men, from the commencement of 
the rebellion (April, 18(51) to the close of recruiting 
on the 14th of April, 1865 (embracing an enlarged 
and corrected exhibit of the figures presented in 
the appendix to the report of this committee dated 
June 30, 1865). 

Statement showing the whole number of men paid 
City or County bounty ; paid individual bounty, 
and not paid bounty, with years of service repre- 
sented. 

Statement showing the whole number of men 
furnished by each State since April 1, 1861, on the 
different calls for men who were required for periods 
of three months or more ; also showing the number 
of men credited to each State upon the basis of three 
(3) years, as a standard of computation. 

Statement showing the relative position of each 
State, comparing the aggregate number of men fur- 



247 Doc. No. 12. 

nished under all calls, and the aggregate of men fur- 
nished under all calls reduced to a three (3) years 
standard. 

APPENDIX Q. Act of the Legislature of 1865 relating ta 
the Bureau of Military Statistics. 

APPENDIX R. Statement showing the expenditures in 
bounly and hand-money in raising the quota of the 
County of New York, under the President's call 
dated December 19, 1864, for three hundred thou- 
sand (300,000) men. 

Statement, being a recapitulation of expenditures 
on all accounts in raising the quota of the County of 
New York under the President's call dated Decem- 
ber 19, 1864, for three hundred thousand (300,000) 
men. 

Complete list of army volunteers counting upon 
the quota of the County of New York, under the 
President's call dated December 19, 1864, for three 
hundred thousand (300,000) men, enlisted from the 
28th of September, 1864, up to the close of recruit- 
ing, on the 14th of April, 1865, and who received the 
County bounty, giving registered number, date of 
payment, name of volunteer, name of mustering 
officer, term enlisted for, and amount of bounty paid. 



:'Doc, No. 12. 248 

Complete list of veteran army volunteers re-en- 
listed in the field, and counting upon the quota of the 
County of New York, under the President's call 
dated December 19, 1864, for three hundred thou- 
sand (300,000) men, and to whom the County bounty 
was paid, from the 28th of September, 1864, to the 
close of recruiting, on the 14th day of April, 1865, 
embracing registered number, date of payment, name 
of veteran, residence, regiment to which attached, 
place where re-enlisted, name of mustering officer, 
term enlisted for, and amount of bounty paid. 

Complete list of naval volunteers counting upon 
the quota of the County of New York, under the 
President's call dated December 19, 1864, for three 
hundred thousand (300,000) men, enlisted from the 
28th of September, 1864, to the close of recruiting, 
on the 14th of April, 1865, and who received the 
County bounty, giving registered number, date of 
payment, name of volunteer, name of mustering 
officer, term enlisted for, and amount of bounty paid. 

APPENDIX S. Showing the entire expenditure of the 
City and County of New York from the public 
funds for the purposes of the war, up to December 
31, 1865, divided among the several calls of the 
President for men, (being an enlarged and corrected 
exhibit of the figures contained in report of June 
30, 1865.) 



249 Doc. No. 12. 

APPENDIX T. Pleadings in suits brought against the 
Committee on Volunteering. 

APPENDIX U. Report of select committee of the House of 
Representatives, relative to reimbursing the loyal 
States for expenditures during the war. 

APPENDIX Y. Statement showing the number of men 
re-enlisted in the field, reported from the Adjutant- 
General's office at Albany to the War Department, 
credited to the County of New York, from April, 
1864, to April, 1865; showing the regiments to which 
the men belonged, and the number re-enlisting in 
each regiment, and the districts to which they were 
severally credited. 

APPENDIX W. Complete statement of the amounts re- 
imbursed the County of New York by the State for 
bounties paid to volunteers counting on the quota 
under call of December 19, 1864, for three hundred 
thousand (300,000) men, giving name of volunteer, 
period for which enlisted, and amount of bounty 
paid to each, and the amount reimbursed by the 
State on account of each. 

APPENDIX X. Complete statement of amounts reim- 
bursed to individuals for bounties paid to substitutes 
counting on the quota under the call of December 
10, 1864, for three hundred thousand (300,000) men, 
giving names of principal and of substitute, term for 



Doc. No. 12. 250 

which substitute enlisted, bounty paid to each, and 
the amount reimbursed by the State on account of 
each (except for " surplus of years," which is not yet 
complete). 

APPENDIX Y. Report of the Surgeon in charge at the 
volunteer rooms of operations of his department 
during the raising of the quota of the County of 
New York under the President's call dated Decem- 
ber 19, 1864, for three hundred thousand (300,000) 
men. 

APPENDIX Z. Report of the Chief of the Enrolment 
Bureau of operations in correcting the enrolment of 
the County of New York. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 
Dated NEW YORK, August 8, 1866. 

0. BLUNT, ) Special Committee 

WILL11M M. TWEED, V on 

WM. R. STEWART, ) Volunteering. 



CORNELIUS C ORSON, 

Cleric. 



APPENDIX A. 



Ordinances, Besolutions, &c., of the Board of Supervisors in relation 
to the Quota, Bounties and Becruiting, under the Call of the 
President dated December 19, 1864, for Three Hundred Thousand 
(300,000) Men, 



Appropriations for Bounties. 

IN BOARD OP SUPERVISORS, ) 
January 10, 1865. j 

The following ordinance was adopted, repealing the 
ordinance adopted December 31, and attached to the re- 
port of the Committee on Volunteering of that date, as 
Appendix "A" : 

AN ORDINANCE 

TO PROVIDE FUR THE PROCUREMENT OF VOLUNTEERS FOR THE 
ARMIES OF THE UNION, AS PART AND PARCEL OF THE QUOTA 
OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF NEW YORK, UNDER THE CALL 
OF THE PRESIDENT DATED DECEMBER TWENTIETH, EIGHTEEN 
HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FOUR, FOR THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND 
(300,000) MEN. 

The Board of Supervisors of the County of New York 
do ordain as follows : 

SECTION 1. For the purpose of securing the additional 
number of men which may be required of the County of 
New York under the call of the President of the United 
States dated December twenty, eighteen hundred and 
sixty-four, for three hundred thousand (300,000) men, the 
Comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to pay, as 

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Doc. No. 12. 258 

hereinafter provided, such gum and sums of money as may 
be necessary to obtain acceptable volunteers for the United 
States service, either in the army or navy, in such amounts 
as may be deemed advisable and expedient by the Spe- 
cial Committee on Volunteering, and his Honor the May- 
or and the Comptroller ; provided such volunteers shall be 
credited and allowed on account of the quota of men re- 
quired to be furnished by the County under such call of 
the President. 

SEC. 2, The money authorized by the preceding section 
to be paid for volunteers shall be paid to such volunteers 
respectively at the office of the Comptroller, or such other 
place or places as said Comptroller may designate, imme- 
diately on their furnishing satisfactory evidence of their 
having enlisted and been duly accepted and mustered 
into the military service of the United States for the term 
of their enlistment. 

SEC. 3. In order that the Comptroller may be enabled 
to make the payments hereinbefore authorized, and meet 
the expenses necessarily incurred in the execution of this 
ordinance, he is hereby authorized to borrow, from time 
to time, on the faith and credit of the County of New 
York, a sum not exceeding an aggregate of two million 
dollars ($2,000,000), in addition to all loans heretofore 
authorized under authority of the Legislature or other- 
wise for the purpose of volunteering, which amount is 
hereby appropriated therefor. 



259 Doc. No. 12. 

SEC. 4. For the money so borrowed, the Comptroller is 
hereby authorized to issue bonds of the County, which 
shall be designated and known as the " Soldiers' Bounty 
Fund Bonds, No. 3," and the same shall be transfer- 
able at the pleasure of the holders thereof either in per- 
son or by attorney, only upon the books of the County, 
at the office of the Comptroller, and certificates of such 
transfer shall be indorsed thereon by the Stock and 
Bond Clerk. 

SEC. 5. The said bonds shall be signed by the Cornp- 
toller, countersigned by the Mayor, sealed with the 
common seal of the Board, and attested by the Clerk of 
the Board ; and they shall bear interest at a rate not ex- 
ceeding seven per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually 
on the first day of May and November in each year, and 
the principal thereof shall be redeemable in successive 
annual instalments of five hundred thousand dollars 
($500,000) each, commencing on first day of November, 
eighteen hundred and ninetv-five. 

O *' 

SEC. 6. For the payment of the principal of said bonds, 
and the interest to accrue thereon, the faith of the County 
of New York and the Board of Supervisors of said Coun- 
ty is hereby solemnly pledged, and the Comptroller is 
hereby authorized and required to redeem and cancel the 
same, from time to time, at or before their maturity. 

SEC. 7. The Mayor and Comptroller of the City of New 



Doc. No. 12. 260 

York, and the following-named members of this Board, 
that is to say, Elijah F. Purdy, Orison Blunt, William 
M. Tweed, and William R. Stewart, are hereby designated 
and appointed a committee to procure the enlistment of 
the volunteers authorized by this ordinance, and to secure 
the counting of the volunteers raised under this ordinance 
upon the quota of this County. 

SEC. 8. The Comptroller is hereby requested to apply 
to the Legislature now in session forthe passage of an act 
to confirm this ordinance ; and no action shall be taken 
thereon until the same has received the requisite legisla- 
tive authority. 

SEC. 9. The ordinance entitled " An ordinance to pro- 
vide for the procurement of volunteers for the armies of 
the Union, as part and parcel of the quota of the City 
and County of New York, under the call of the President 
dated December twenty, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, 
for three hundred thousand (300,000) men," adopted by 
this Board on the thirty-first day of December, eighteen 
hundred and sixty-four, and approved by the Mayor on 
the same day, is hereby rescinded and repealed. 



261 Doc. No. 12. 



Committee to visit Washington in regard to the 

Quota. 

IN BOARD OP SUPERVISORS, ) 
January 25, 1865. ) 

The report of the Committee on Volunteering of this 
date having been accepted 

Supervisor Roche presented the following resolution : 

Resolved, That the Committee on Volunteering be and 
it is hereby directed to proceed to Washington imme- 
diately, to ascertain the cause of the sudden and alarming 
increase in the number of men demanded from the Coun- 
ty of New York under the last call of the President, and 
that they take with them the evidence of the enormous 
excess of the enrolment upon which the quota is assigned. 

Which was adopted. 



Appeal to the City Authorities. 

Supervisor Blunt presented the following : 

Whereas, There are of the quota of the County of New 
York, under the President's last call for three hundred 
thousand (300,000) men, as such quota is now announced, 
about twenty thousand (20,000) men to be raised ; and 



Doc. No. 12. 262 

Whereas, Notwithstanding the liberal bounties still 
paid by the County, the number of men enlisted by the 
Volunteer Committee and credited to this County is very 
small; and 

Whereas, It is a well-known fact that there are now 
being enlisted in this City and County for the volunteer 
force, the regular army and the navy, from two to three 
hundred men per day, all of whom are credited to locali- 
ties other than this County, and very many to places in 
adjoining States, notwithstanding that it is in direct vio- 
lation of law to take any man out of this County for enlist- 
ment in any other State ; and 

Whereas, One great and growing source of difficulty in 
filling our quota is the large and continually increasing 
number of recruiting booths established and being estab- 
lished in all the public places in this County, ostensibly 
for the purpose of enlisting men for this County, but 
which are really used to entice men away from us ; and 

Whereas, The County Committee on Volunteering have 
frequently appealed to the Common Council and endea- 
vored to procure the passage of an ordinance calculated 
to check the business of recruiting in this County for other 
localities, and also to secure the discontinuance of the 
practice of granting privileges to erect booths for recruit- 
ing purposes in our public parks and squares ; but such 
appeals have as yet met with no response, while, at every 
meeting of the Common Council, the number of recruit- 



263 Doc. No. 12. 

ing booths is largely increased, although we have repeat- 
edly stated that such action is only a hindrance to the 
raising of our own quotas, and but additional facilities 
for those who would rob the County of her men ; there- 
fore, be it 

Resolved., That the Common Council of the City of 
New York be and it is hereby respectfully invited to aid 
the County Committee on Yolunteering in the work of 
saving the County of New York from the calamity of a 
draft, by adopting the ordinance hitherto recommended, 
for the purpose of punishing those who may be engaged 
in the business of procuring men, enlisting in and for New 
York County, to be credited to any locality other than 
New York, And be it farther 

ftesolved t That the Common Council of the City of New 
York be respectfully and earnestly urged to refuse any 
further permits for the erecting of recruiting booths in 
our public streets, parks and squares ; and also solicited to 
pass a general resolution revoking all such privileges 
heretofore granted, assuring them that in no other way 
can they so effectually contribute to save the City from 
the calamity of a draft. And be it further 

Resolved, That a copy of this preamble and resolutions, 
duly attested by the Clerk of this Board, be transmitted 
to his Honor the Mayor, and the Honorable the Common 
Council of the City of New York. 

Which were adopted* 



Doc. No. 12. 264 



Hand-Money. 

IN BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, ) 
January 27, 1865: f 

The following resolution in regard , to hand-money, or 
premiums for the enlistment of volunteers, was adopted : 

Resolved, That the Special Committee on Volunteering 
be and they are hereby authorized and directed to pay 
such sums for hand-money as they may in their judg- 
ment deem advisable, in order to fill the quota of this 
County with the least possible delay, to the extent of the 
appropriation made by the ordinance of June 14, 1864. 



Appeal to the Legislature. 

IN BOAKD OF SUPERVISORS, 
January 31, 1865. 

Supervisor Blunt offered for adoption the following 
resolutions : 

PWtereas, On the 14th day of June, 1864, the Board of 
Supervisors passed an ordinance appropriating' two mil- 
lion dollars ($2,000,000) to raise recruits, in anticipation 



265 Doc. No. 12. 

of the call which was then expected, and which call was 
issued on the 18th day of July, 1864, for five hundred 
thousand (500,000) men ; and 

Whereas, There was under such call demanded of this 
County twenty-three thousand (23,000) men, which de- 
mand was filled by the County Volunteer Committee at 
an expense of less than five hundred thousand dollars 
($500,000), the small expenditure being due to the fact 
that there were obtained on such quota credits for about 
twenty-one thousand (21,000) men who had previously 
enlisted in the army and navy, and never been credited ; 
and 



After that enormous quota had been filled at 
so little expense, the County Volunteer Committee, under 
authority of the Board of Supervisors, deemed it proper 
to continue to enlist men in the army and navy, in an- 
ticipation of a still further call for men ; and 

Whereas, Such further call was issued December 23, 
1864, being for three hundred thousand (300,000) men, 
under which there was first demanded a quota from this 
County of four thousand four hundred and thirty-three 
(4j433), after allowing credits claimed, which quota has 
now been reconsidered, and a demand made for twenty- 
one thousand and nineteen (21,019) men ; and 

Whereas, When the first quota of four thousand four 
hundred and thirty-three (4,433) was announced, the en- 



Doc. No. 12. 266 

listments were so small that an increased County bounty 
was thought necessary ; and with a yiew to such increase, 
an ordinance was adopted by the Board of Supervisors 
on the 10th of January, appropriating the further sum of 
two million dollars ($2,000,000), the bonds for which were 
not to be advertised until the loan was properly legalized 
by the Legislature ; and 

Whereas, The money authorized to be raised by the 
ordinance of June was put before the people without 
legislative sanction, and about one-half subscribed for, of 
which a part was used to fill the quota under the call for 
five hundred thousand (500,000) men ; and 

Whereas, A bill legalizing the ordinance of June 14 
was sent to the Legislature at the opening of its present 
session, which, bill speedily passed the Senate, but now 
lays in the House reported upon favorably ; and 

Whereas^ There now exists no legislative authority for 
raising money to fill the present quota, and unless the 
Legislature at once passes the bill legalizing said ordi- 
nance of June 14, there will be no way to raise the means 
to fill the very heavy quota of twenty-one thousand 
(21,000) men now demanded of us under the President's 
last call for three hundred thousand (300,000) men ; there- 
fore, be it 

Resolved, That the Legislature of this State be and it is 
hereby earnestly requested to aid us in filling the enor- 



267 Doc, No. .1.2. 

inous quota now demanded of us, by speedily passing the 
bill now before the Assembly, legalizing the ordinance of 
June 14, appropriating two million dollars ($2,000,000), 
a portion of the money authorized by which has already 
been expended in raising the quota under the call of July 
18, 1864, for five hundred thousand (500,000) men. 

Itesolvcd, That until the Board of Supervisors is au- 
thorized to raise the necessary means, it is impossible to 
increase the bounty, or even much longer to continue to 
pay the small bounty now being paid. 

Resolved, That the honorable the Legislature be and it 
is hereby earnestly requested to pass a bill giving to the 
County of !S"ew York power to raise such sums as may be 
necessary for the future to fill its quotas, in accordance 
with the provisions of a bill which is herewith submitted. 

Resolved, That a copy of the foregoing preamble and 
resolutions, duly attested, be at once transmitted to each 
member of the Legislature. 

Resolved, That the Special Committee on Volunteering 
be and it is hereby authorized and directed to proceed to 
Albany, and urge upon the members of the Legislature 
the necessity of at once passing the bill legalizing the 
bounty ordinance of June last, and also the act herewith 
submitted : 



Doc. No. 12. 268 



AN ACT 

TO AUTHORIZE THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OP THE COUNTY OP 
NEW YORK TO RAISE MONEYS TO ENCOURAGE ENLISTMENTS, 
AND TO PAY BOUNTIES TO VOLUNTEERS. 

The People, of Hue State of New York, represented, in Senate, 
and AssemUy, do enact asfoUows: 

SECTION 1. The Board of Supervisors of the County of 
New York are hereby authorized and empowered, at any 
meeting thereof, to issue or authorize the issuing of bonds 
upon the credit of said County, in such amounts and de- 
nominations as the Board of Supervisors may, from time 
to time, direct, for the purpose of raising sufficient money 
to pay such bounty as they may deem proper to each 
volunteer under the call of the President of the United 
States dated December nineteen, one thousand eight hun- 
dred and sixty-four, or under any future call or calls for 
volunteers or men ; such bounty to be paid whenever such 
Volunteer shall have been mustered into the United States 
service, and credited to said County under the said call, 
Of under any future call of the President for volunteers 
or men as aforesaid, 

SEC. 2. The said Board of Supervisors are hereby 
authorized and empowered to levy and collect, according 
to law, by tax upon the estates, both real and personal, 
liable to taxation, in the City and County of Xew York, 



269 Doc. No. 12. 

such sums as may bo necessary to carry into effect the 
provisions of the first section of this act, and to pay the 
principal and interest on the bonds therein referred to. 

SEC. 3. All acts, so far as the same are inconsistent 
herewith, are hereby repealed. 

SEC, 4. This act shall take effect immediately. 



STATEMENT OF THE CHAIRMAN OP THE COM3JITTEE ON VOL- 
UNTEERING JN REGARD TO THE QUOTA. 

In offering the preamble and resolutions just read, I 
deem it my duty, and I suppose it will be expected of me 
as Chairman of the County Committee on Volunteering, 
to submit a few facts and figures in relation to what has 
been done by this County in furnishing men to suppress 
the rebellion, and also to give my personal views in re- 
gard to the present position of this County, in view of the 
heavy demand just made upon her for men. 

The first call for men upon which the Supervisors took 
any action was the 'call of May, 1863, for three hundred 
thousand (300,000) men, our quota being twelve thou- 
sand (12,000). 

Under that call the draft of July was ordered, and the 
riots followed. 



Doc. No. 12. 270 

On the 28th of August, an ordinance was .adopted by 
this Board, being the first ordinance adopted by us in re- 
lation to the raising of men. This was the ordinance for 
the relief of drafted citizens. 

Under this ordinance what is now known as the County 
Committee on Volunteering was created. 

This ordinance appropriated two million of dollars 
($2,000,000). It was without legislative sanction, and 
under it nine hundred and forty-six thousand six hundred 
dollars ($946,600) was raised by subscription. It was 
afterwards legalized, but no more money was raised un- 
der it. 

The total number of persons relieved under this ordi- 
nance was one thousand nine hundred and ninety (1,990), 
at a cost of six hundred and ten thousand three hundred 
and eighty-five dollars and fifty-five cents ($610,385 55). 

On the Stfth of October, 1863, the second ordinance 
was adopted by the Board of Supervisors. This ordinance 
provided for the enlistment of men in anticipation of 
a new call. It also appropriated two million dollars 
($2,000,000), and was without legislative sanction. The 
whole amount appropriated by it, however, was raised. 

A few days after this ordinance was adopted, a call was 
issued for three hundred thousand (300,000) men, and in 
December a further call was made for two hundred thou- 
sand (200,000) men. 



271 Doc, No. 12. 

In January, the Legislature legalized the ordinances of 
August and October, and gave us authority to raise four 
million dollars ($4,000,000) additional, for the purpose 
of obtaining volunteers ; and on the 9th of February a 
further ordinance was adopted appropriating two million 
dollars ($2,000,000) of the additional amount authorized 
by the Legislature in the law of January. 

The quota of this County under the two calls for three 
hundred thousand (300,000) and two hundred (200,000) 
men, embracing five hundred thousand (500,000) men in 
all, was announced on the 1st of March as fifteen thou- 
sand nine hundred and seventy-nine (15,979) men. 

On the 18th of March this quota was filled ; the 
amount expended therefor being three million eight hun- 
dred and two thousand and fifty-nine dollars ($3,802,059). 

On the 15th of March, 1864, before the last call had 
been filled, a new call was made for two hundred thou- 
sand (200,000) men, and our quota therefor was fixed at 
seven thousand three hundred and eighty-nine (7,389) 
men. 

On the 18th of March, when the previous quota was 
announced as having been filled, a new ordinance ap- 
propriating the further sum of two million dollars 
($2,000,000) was passed, to raise the quota under the new 
call. 



Doc. No. 12. 272 

This appropriation exhausted the legislative authority 
for raising money. 

The quota under this call of March 15 was tilled on 
the 31st of May, 1864, at a cost to the County of one 
million eight hundred and sixty-five thousand and seven- 
ty-one dollars and twenty-nine cents ($1,865,071 29). 

And General Hays, by letter dated June 2, acknowl. 
edged that on the 31st of May we were in excess of all 
men demanded of us up to that date sixty-six (66) men. 

On the 14th of June, 1864, a new ordinance was 
adopted, appropriating the sum of two million dollars 
($2,000,000) to obtain men in anticipation of a future 
call. 

This loan was without authority of law, and has not 
yet been legalized. 

The amount of this loan paid in and subscribed was 
eight hundred and fourteen thousand eight hundred dol- 
lars ($814,800). 

On the 18th of July, a call was issued for five hundred 
thousand (500,000) men, and under that call the quota of 
this County was fixed at twenty-three thousand one hun- 
dred and forty (23,140) men. 

This quota was filled on the 28th of September, at a 
cost of four hundred and fifty-five thousand one hundred 
and seventeen dollars and fifty-four cents ($455,117 54), 



273 Doc. No. 12. 

and a certificate was received from General Hays, of date 
September 28, to the effect that all demands upon us up 
to that time had been filled. 

Up to this period, from the call in May, under which 
the Supervisors first took action, there had been called 
for in all one million five hundred thousand (1,500,000) 
men. There had been demanded of Kew York County, 
as its proportion, fifty-eight thousand five hundred and 
eight (58,508) men, and there had been expended by your 
committee in filling these quotas the sum of six million 
seven hundred and thirty-two thousand six hundred and 
thirty-three dollars and thirty-eight cents ($6,732,633 38), 
as the following statement will show : 



Under tlie call of May, 1863, for.. 300,000 men our quota was 15,000, In filling which there 

Under the call of was xpeuded $610,385 65 

October, 1863, for...300,000 men 

And the call of De- 
cember, 1863, for...200,000 men 'our quota wan. ..16,979, In filling which there 

was expended. 3,802,059 00 

Afterwards e o m- 
blned as one call 
for ,...580,000 men 1 

Under the call of March, 186-1, 
for 200,000 men our quota was... 7,389, In filling which there 

Under the call of July 1. 1864, was expended 1,865,071 29 

for 500,000 men our quota was. . .23,140, in filling which there 

was expended 455.117 64 

Making a total called for from 
May, 1863, to August, 1H64, 

of 1,600,000 men our qut being . . 58,508, In filling which there 

was expended ,7M,C43 II 



Dividing this amount of six million seven hundred and 
thirty-two thousand six hundred and thirty-three dollars 
and thirty-eight cents ($6,732,633 38) by the number of 
fifty-eight thousand five hundred and eight (58,508) 
men, raised by us within the space of about fifteen 

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Doc. No. 12. 274 

months, dating from August, 18C3, when the County 
Committee on Volunteering was created, it will be found 
that the total cost to the County per man raised had 
been a little over one hundred dollars ($100). 

This cost included all the expenses incurred by your 
committee for clerk hire, accommodations, advertising, 
supplies, &c., which expenses were necessarily very heavy. 

Besides this, all the men demanded, except for the call 
of July, 1864, were for three years, and although the call 
of July, 1864, was for one-year men only, nearly all the 
men furnished by us for that call were for three years. 

On the 19th of December, 1864, a still further call was 
issued for three hundred thousand (300,000) men. 

This made a total of one million eight hundred thou- 
sand (1,800,000) men called for from May, 1863, to Jan- 
uary, 1865, a period of about nineteen months, being 
nearly an average of one hundred thousand (100,000) 
men per month. 

As nearly all the twenty-three thousand (23,000) men 
furnished by us under the previous call for one-year men, 
were three-year men, there was a very large balance due 
us of years of service when this call was made. 

We had enlisted three-years men under the one-year 
call, because of assurance received from. Provost-Marshal 
General James 13. Fry, in letter of date the 29th of July, 
1861, in which lie says," the longer the term for which 



275 Doc. No. 12. 

your men are enlisted, the smaller will be the quota 
called for on future drafts." 

On the first of December there was due us, by our own 
calculation, which was confirmed by the calculations of 
General Hays, about thirty-six thousand (36,000) years of 
service. 

As the quota under the call for five hundred thousand 
(500,000) men was fixed at a little over two thousand 
three hundred (2,300) men, or about four thousand five 
hundred (4,500) men for each one hundred thousand 
(100,000) called for, and as the enrolment upon which 
we were told quotas were based could not have been in- 
creased, we figured that the new demand under the call 
for three hundred thousand (300,000) men would be thir- 
teen thousand five hundred (13,500), which we believed 
our thirty-six thousand (36,000) years of service would 
supply, and leave us a surplus of twenty-two thousand 
five hundred (22,500) on a still further call. 

On the 23d of December the quota of this County was 
announced, or rather it was not announced as a quota, 
but as a deficiency. 

We were then told that, after deducting the years of 
service due us up to the 1st of December, this County 
was deficient four thousand four hundred and thirty- 
three (4,433) men on the last call for three hundred 
thousand (300,000) men. 



Doc. No. 12. 276 

"We immediately announced that fact, and in our re- 
port stated that we could not account for even this much 
deficiency, excepting the quotas had been made up on the 
basis of a call for eight hundred thousand (800,000) years 
of service. 

We however expressed ourselves satisfied with the de- 
ficiency, if that was the understanding. 

Since that announcement, however, a reconstruction of 
the quotas has been made, and instead of four thousand 
four hundred and thirty-three (4,433) men deficiency, 
we are now held accountable for a deficiency of twenty- 
one thousand and nineteen (21,019) men. 

Adding this alleged deficiency to the thirty-six thou- 
sand (36,000) years of service due us on the 1st of Decem- 
ber, and about three thousand (3,000) years of service 
due for men raised from the 1st to the 31st of December, 
it makes a quota demanded from this County of sixty 
thousand (60,000) years of service under a call on the 
whole United States for three hundred thousand (300,000) 
one-year men. 

It is to be regretted that the department at Washing- 
ton has not pursued a different course, and announced 
the actual quotas and allowances under this call for three 
hundred thousand (300,000) men. 

Under the system pursued in announcing deficiencies, 
and not quotas, it does seem as if the department was 



277 Doc. No. 12. 

desirous of obtaining men without letting the people 
know exactly on what basis the quota under this call for 
three hundred thousand (300,000) men is made. 

From the figures given us there is just one of two con- 
clusions to be arrived at. 

Either the department has made the quotas upon the 
basis of a call for eight hundred thousand (800,000) instead 
of three hundred thousand (300,000) men, or else, so far as 
regards the County of New York, they have taken away 
nearly every credit allowed us in raising the quota under 
the call for five hundred thousand (500,000) men, and 
held us to be deficient on that call, and disallowed even 
many of the men who have been paid bounty since that 
quota was filled, and prior to the present call. 

If the second of these causes is the one to which the 
present heavy demand is attributable, it is the greatest 
injustice ever done any community, inasmuch as we have 
the evidence to prove that every man, without exception, 
ever credited upon our quota has been enlisted within 
the borders of our own County. 

The injustice of this is only increased by the fact that 
after the deficiency of four thousand four hundred and 
thirty-three (4,433) men was announced, positive asssur- 
ances were given me that no material change would be 
made in the demand ; and yet, notwithstanding this as- 
surance, after a month's delay, and within twenty days 



Doc. No. 12. 278 

of the time announced for the draft, a further demand for 
seventeen thousand (17,000) men is made upon us. 

The twenty-one thousand and nineteen (21,019) men 
which it is now claimed we are deficient must, under the 
President's call, be furnished by the 15th of February. 

Adding this number to the demand under previous 
calls, it makes seventy-nine thousand five hundred and 
twenty-seven (79,527) men called from this County in 
about twenty (20) months, under calls from the whole 
United States for one million eight hundred thousand 
(1,800,000) men, being an average demand from this 
County of about four thousand (4,000) men per month, or 
about one hundred and thirty (130) men per day. 

These are startling figures. 

Neither the authorities nor the people of this County 
have as yet comprehended the enormity of the demands 
made upon them, nor the tremendous work hitherto 
achieved in satisfying these demands. 

But the recent action of the Government makes it neces- 
sary now that we should look stern facts in the face. In 
addition to the fifty-eight thousand five hundred and 
eight (58,508) men hitherto credited, the County of New 
York, previous to the time when credits were allowed, 
furnished nearly sixty thousand (60,000) men (for which 
assertion there are official data in the departments at 
Washington and at Albany), besides about thirty thou- 



Doc. No. 12. 



sand (30,000) militia men, who have done over one hun- 
dred (100) days' service each. 

In summing up the gross total of years of service ren- 
dered by New York County since the rebellion a period 
of about three years and a half we find that it amounts 
to about three hundred thousand (300,000) years of ser- 
vice, to say nothing of probably twenty thousand (20,000) 
men taken out of the City of New York for other locali- 
ties, representing about forty thousand years of service. 

But to come to present realities. The County of New 
York stands to-day just in this position. To raise twenty- 
one thousand (21,000) men within fifteen days now al- 
lowed us which would be fourteen hundred (1,400) men 
each day at any price, may be regarded simply as a 
matter of impossibility, by any means short of a draft. 

The men are not to be had, even if the money to pay 
them bounties could be raised. 

The amount remaining of the money raised under the 
ordinance of the 18th of June, and balances of previous 
funds which have been consolidated, is inconsiderable ; 
and it is certain that no more money can be raised under 
that ordinance or under the ordinance passed in January, 
or under any other ordinance which could be passed, until 
the Legislature shall grant us additional power. 

However unjust the demands of the Government may 



Doc. No. 12, 280 

be, it is the duty of the County authorities to endeavor to 
fulfil them, since there is no appeal. 

This Board has already shown by its action a disposition 
to increase the bounty, in order to obtain what men we 
can towards the twenty- one thousand (21,000) demanded. 

But it is useless to talk of increasing the bounty until 
we can raise the money to pay it. Five hundred dollars 
($500) per man for twenty -one thousand (21,000) men 
would cost just ten million five hundred thousand 
dollars ($10,500,000), not one dollar of which are we au- 
thorized by law to raise, nor can we raise it without au- 
thority of law. 

And it is doubtful whether a sum much under one 
thousand dollars ($1,000) per man for one-year men will 
raise the immense number required, and that would cost 
twenty-one million dollars ($21,000,000). 

If anything is to be done towards filling this demand 
for twenty-one thousand (21,000) men, we must wait at 
least until the Legislature legalizes the ordinance of June 
last. But that would give us only one million dollars 
($1,000,000) a mere drop in the bucket. 

A bill for this purpose, introduced in the Legislature 
early in the present session, was promptly passed in the 
Senate, but now lays in the House, although reported 
upon favorably. 

If we must furnish these twenty-one thousand (21,000) 



281 Doc. No. 12. 

men, what we need of the Legislature is a law giving the 
County authorities full power to raise whatever funds 
may be necessary to secure the men which may now or 
hereafter be demanded of us. And the resolution which 
I have submitted and the law attached thereto, is in- 
tended to accomplish this object. 

But even with all requisite legislative assistance to en- 
able us to raise money even should the Common Coun- 
cil lend us the aid so much needed and so often asked for, 
to prevent the carrying oif of our men from our limits 
even should we have all the assistance which the Police 
Department can render us even should a portion of the 
public press change its course and aid the cause and 
add to this the most active exertions of our whole people, 
we can expect to accomplish but little towards raising 
the number of men required of us in the time given. 

I am sure that the people of New York stand ready 
now, as they ever have, to sacrifice their last man and 
their last dollar to crush out this unholy rebellion ; and 
it is much to be regretted that this disposition should 
be met by so unexpected a demand as has been made 
upon us. 

The Board of Supervisors of this County, since they 
first took in hand the business of filling quotas, in August, 
1863, have labored assiduously, as one man, to obtain all 
the men demanded of us. There has been no dissenting 
voice among us ; and how well they have discharged 



Doc. No 12. 282 

their duty the facts and figures given by me will demon- 
strate ; and to-day I am sure all my colleagues, with 
me, stand as ready as ever to do all that lays in their 
power to fill the present demand, futile as the effort 
may seem, considering the time allowed. 

But we will make the effort. If we fail, the fault will 
not be ours ; and, having done all we could, we shall 
stand vindicated before our constitueiits of this County, 
and the people of the whole country. 

And as the first step in the effort to fill the demand 
made upon us, I move that the preamble and resolutions 
offered by me be adopted. 

The preamble and resolutions offered by Mr. Blunt 
were adopted. 



Committees to Visit Washington, Albany, &c. 

The President (Supervisor Tweed) presented the follow- 
ing resolutions : 

Resolved, That Supervisors Blunt, Purdy, Shook, Ely, 
Stewart, Willmann, and Fox be and hereby are appointed 
a committee to proceed to Washington, and confer with 
the Government authorities, War Department, &c., as to 
the quota of twenty-one thousand and nineteen (21,019) 
men called for by the Provost-Marshal General, under the 



Doc. No. 12. 



proclamation of the President of the United States of 
December, 1864, for three hundred thousand (300,000) 
men for the armies of the Union. 

Resolved, That Supervisors Smith, Fox, Davis, and 
Roche be and hereby are appointed a committee to pro- 
ceed to Albany, and urge upon the honorable the Legisla- 
ture of this State the imperative necessity for the passage 
of the act to authorize the Board of Supervisors to issue 
bonds and to raise money by tax on the real and personal 
property of this County to pay bounties to volunteers, 
&c., for the armies of the United States. 

Resolved, That Supervisors Stewart, Blunt, Purely, and 
Ely be and are hereby appointed a committee to invite 
the citizens of this County, the banks and other moneyed 
institutions to subscribe for such County bonds as may 
be issued for loans authorized by law, to pay bounties to 
volunteers to fill the quotas of the County, under calls of 
the President of the United States for men for the armies 
of the Union, with power to add as a committee of confer- 
ence such citizens as in their judgment may be deemed 
advisable, and that they be requested to take into prompt 
consideration the matters herein referred to them. 

Which were adopted. 



Doc. No. 12. 284 



Further Appropriation for Bounties. 

IN BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, ) 
February 1, 1865. f 

The following ordinance was this day adopted, appro- 
priating thres million dollars ($3,000,000) in addition to 
the appropriation of two million dollars ($2,000,000) 
made January 10, for the purpose of filling the present 
quota. 

AN OKDINANCE 

TO PEOVIDE FOE THE PROCUREMENT OF VOLUNTEERS FOR THE 
ARMIES OF THE UNION, AS PART AND PARCEL OF THE 
QUOTA OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF NEW YORK, UNDER 
THE CALL OF THE PRESIDENT DATED DECEMBER TWENTY, 
EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FOUR, FOR THREE HUN- 
DRED THOUSAND (300,000) MEN. 

The Board of Supervisors of the County of New York do 
ordain as follows : 

SECTION 1. For the purpose of securing the additional 
number of men which may be required of the County of 
New York under the call of the President of the United 
States dated December twenty, eighteen hundred and 
sixty-four, for three hundred thousand (300,000) men, 
the Comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to pay, 
as hereinafter provided, such sum and sums of money as 
may be necessary to obtain acceptable volunteers for the 



285 Doc. No. 12. 

United States service, either in the army or navy, in such 
amounts as may be deemed advisable and expedient by 
the Special Committee on Volunteering, and his Honor 
the Mayor and the Comptroller ; provided such volunteers 
shall be credited and allowed on account of the quota of 
men required to be furnished by the County under such 
call of the President. 

SEC. 2. The money authorized by the preceding section 
to be paid for volunteers shall be paid to such volunteers 
respectively at the office of the Comptroller, or such 
other place or places as said Comptroller may designate, 
immediately on their furnishing satisfactory evidence of 
their having enlisted and been duly accepted and muster- 
ed into the military service of the United States for the 
term of their enlistment. 

SEC. 3. In order that the Comptroller may be enabled 
to make the payments hereinbefore authorized, and meet 
the expenses necessarily incurred in the execution of this 
ordinance, he is hereby authorized to borrow, from time 
to time, on the faith and credit of the County of New 
York, a sum not exceeding an aggregate of three million 
dollars ($3,000,000) in addition to all loans heretofore 
authorized under authority of the Legislature or otherwise 
for the purpose of volunteering, which amount is hereby 
appropriated therefor. 

SEC. 4. For the money so borrowed the Comptroller is 
hereby authorized to issue bonds of the County, which 



Doc. No. 12. 286 

shall be designated and known as the " Soldiers' Bounty 
Fund Bonds, No. 4," and the same shall be transferable 
at the pleasure of the holders thereof, either in person or 
by attorney, only upon the books of the County at the 
office of the Comptroller, and certificates of such transfers 
shall be indorsed thereon by the Stock and Bond Clerk. 

SEC. 5. The said bonds shall be signed by the Comp- 
troller, countersigned by the Mayor, sealed with the com- 
mon seal of the Board, and attested by the Clerk of the 
Board, and they shall bear interest at a rate not exceed- 
ing seven per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually, on 
the first day of May and November in each year, and the 
principal thereof shall be redeemable in successive annual 
instalments of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) 
each, commencing on the first day of November, eighteen 
hundred and ninety-five. 

SEC 6. For the payment of the principal of said bonds, 
and the interest to accrue thereon, the faith of the County 
of New York and the Board of Supervisors of said County 
is hereby solemnly pledged, and the Comptroller is here- 
by authorized and required to redeem and cancel the 
same from time to time, at or before their maturity. 

SEC. 7. That the Mayor and Comptroller of the City of 
New York, and the following-named members of this 
Board, that is to say, Elijah F. Purdy, Orison Blunt, 
William M. Tweed, and William E. Stewart, are hereby 



287 Doc. No. 12. 

designated and appointed a committee to procure the en- 
listment of volunteers authorized by this ordinance, and 
to secure the counting of the volunteers raised under this 
ordinance upon the quota of this County. 

SEC. 8. The Comptroller is hereby requested to apply 
to the Legislature, now in session, for the passage of an 
act to confirm this ordinance; and no action shall be 
taken thereon until the same has received the requisite 
legislative authoritv- 



Ways and Means- Communications from the 
Comptroller, &c. 

IN BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, ) 
February 23, 1865. f 

The Comptroller submitted the following communica- 
tion to the Board of Supervisors : 

CITY OF NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, ) 
Comptroller's Office, February 23, 1865. ] 

Gentlemen of the Board of Supervisors 

of the County of New York : 

Immediately upon official notice of the ratification by 
the Legislature of the ordinance of your honorable body 
of June 25, 1861, authorizing a loan of two million dollars 
($2,000,000) for (he purpose of procuring volunteers for 



Doc. No. 11 



the armies of the Union, as part and parcel of the quota 
of this Comity, the Comptroller, in order to obtain the 
balance unissued ($986,500), addressed a communication, 
of which a copy is herewith annexed, to the following 
institutions : 

American Exchange Bank. 

Atlantic Bank. 

Bank of America. 

Bank of Commerce. 

Bank of New York. 

Bank of North America. 

Bank of the Commonwealth. 

Bank of the Republic. 

Bank of the State of New York. 

Broadway Bank. 

Bull's Head Bank. 

Butchers and Drovers' Bank. 

Chathnm Bank. 

Chemical Bank. 

Citizens' Bank. 

City Bank. 

Continental Bank. 

Corn Exchange Bank. 

Dry Dock Bank. 

East River Bank. 

Fulton Bank. 

Greenwich Bank. 

Grocers' Bank. 



289 Doe. No. 12, 



Hanover Bank. 
Importers arid Traders' Bank. 
Irving Bank. 

Leather Manufacturers' Bank. 
Manhattan Bank. 

Manufacturers and Merchants' Bank, 
Marine Bank, 
Market Bank, 
Mechanics' Bank. 
Mechanics' Banking Association. 
Mechanics and Traders' Bank. 
Mercantile Bank. 
Merchants' Bank. 
Merchants' Exchange Bank. 
Metropolitan Bank. 
Nassau Bank. 
National Bank. 
New York County Bank. 
New York National Exchange Bank. 
North River Bank. 
Ocean Bank. 
Oriental Bank. 
Pacific Bank. 
Park Bank. 
Peoples' Bank. 
Phoenix Bank. 
St. Nicholas Bank, 
Shoe and Leather Bank, 
lit 



Doc, No. 152. 290 

Tradesmen's Bank, 

Union Bank, 

Atlantic Savings Bank. 

Bank for Savings in City of New York. 

Bowery Savings Institution. 

Broadway Savings Institution. 

Citizens' Savings Institution, 

Dry Dock Savings Institution. 

East River Savings Institution. 

.Emigrant Industrial Savings Institution. 

Franklin Savings Institution, 

German Savings Institution. 

Greenwich Savings Institution. 

Harlem Savings Institution. 

Institution for the Savings of Merchants' Clerks. 

Irving Savings Institution. 

Manhattan Savings Institution. 

Mariners' Savings Institution. 

Market Savings Institution. 

Mechanics and Traders' Institution. 

New York Savings Institution. 

Seamen's Bank for Savings. 

Sixpenny Savings Institution. 

Third Avenue Savings Institution. 

Union Dime Savings Institution. 

The following banks have responded, to wit : 



291 Doc. No. 12. 

Manhattan Company $150,000 

Irving Bank 20,000 

Bank of New York 50,000 

Dry Dock Savings Institution , 40,000 

Bull's Head Bank ; 10,000 

Bank of America 100,000 

Mechanics and Traders' Bank 15,000 

Broadway Bank 100,000 

Merchants' Exchange Bank 25,000 

American Exchange Bank 50,000 

Tradesmen's Bank 15,000 

In this connection, the Comptroller deems it proper to 
state that the following banks subscribed to this loan 
prior to its ratification by the Legislature, viz. : 

Bowery Savings Bank. 

Park Bank. 

Metropolitan Bank. 

American Exchange Bank. 

Mechanics and Traders' Bank. 

Tradesmen's Bank. 

Bull's Head Bank. 

Union Dime Savings Institution. 

Franklin Savings Bank. 

In order to respond to the requisitions made on this de- 
partment by the chairman of your Committee on Volun- 
teering for funds to pay the bounties for volunteers, it is 



Doc, No, 12. 292 

necessary that this balance should be secured without 
delay. It is hoped that the institutions which have not 
as yet responded will do so at once, thus enabling the 
committee to secure the large number of men presenting 
themselves as volunteers, in order to avoid, if possible, 
the necessity of a draft. 

Taking into consideration the number of men ottered 
and accepted during the past week, this balance, if ob- 
tained, will be expended in a few days. 

In order to continue this patriotic work, it will be nec- 
essary to provide means in addition to the balance refer- 
red to above. 

A loan of two million dollars ($2,000,000) is authorized 
by an ordinance of your honorable body, passed Jan- 
uary 10, 1865, and has received the sanction of the 
Legislature by an act passed February 10, 1865 (see 
chapter 29, Laws 1865). 

The bonds to be issued by virtue of this ordinance arc 
to be made payable in annual instalments of five hun- 
dred thousand dollars ($500,000) each, commencing No- 
vember 1, 1895, at a rate of interest not to exceed seven 
per cent, per annum. 

The loans of the County of 'New York have heretofore 
been negotiated at six per cent, per annum. At the pres- 
ent time, however, the General Government is offering 
securities at seven and three- tenths per annum, and the 



293 Doc. No. 12. 

State Government is in the market with a loan at seven. 
It therefore becomes necessary for the County to fix the 
rate of interest on the aforesaid loan at seven per cent, 
per annum, in order that it may be speedily negotiated, as 
delay will defeat the purpose for which it is authorized. 

As the bonds to be issued for said loan arc for a period 
of thirty years, it is believed that by fixing the rate of 
interest at seven per cent, they may readily be disposed 
of by inviting sealed proposals for the same at a hand- 
some premium on their par value. 

I shall await your action before taking measures to 
negotiate the aforesaid loan. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) MATTHEW T. BREKK AN, 

Comptroller . 

I Copy, j 

CITY OF NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, ) 
Comptroller's Office.. February 9, 1865. j 

DEAR SIR 

Your attention is respectfully invited to the inclosed 
ordinance of the Board of Supervisors authorizing a loan 
of two million dollars ($2,000,000), for the purpose of pro- 
curing volunteers for the armies of the Union, &c., ap- 
proved by the Mayor, Tune 25, 1864, and which has re- 



. Doc. No. 12. 294 

.ceived the sanction of the Legislature of the State by an 
act legalizing the same (chapter 17), passed February 8, 
1865. 

There remains a balance of the amount authorized, as 
above, of nine hundred and sixty- eight thousand five 
hundred dollars ($968,500), for which bonds will be is- 
sued, payable June 1. 1865, with interest at six per cent, 
per annum. 

In consequence of the late call of the President for 
three hundred thousand (300,000) men, it becomes neces- 
sary to raise the said balance without delay, or the work 
of procuring volunteers by the County will necessarily be 
suspended. 

Please advise the Comptroller the amount of the afore- 
said balance you will take, to enable the Committee on 
Volunteering to carry out the patriotic purpose of the 
Board of Supervisors, and thus avert or mitigate the im- 
pending draff. 

Yours, respectfully, 

(Signed) MATTHEW T. BRENKAN, 

Comptroller. 

The foregoing communication having been received 
and directed to be entered at length in the minutes 

Supervisor Blunt presented for adoption the following 
resolution : 



295 Doc, No. 12. 

L _ Resolved, That the Comptroller be and he is hereby 
authorized and directed to advertise forthwith, in the 
public newspapers, for five days, for proposals to " Sol- 
dier's Bounty Fund Bonds, No. 3," to bear interest at the 
rate of seven per cent, per annum, payable semi-annual- 
ly, authorized by an ordinance of this Board passed Jan- 
uary 10, 1865, and sanctioned by the Legislature Febru- 
ary 10, 1865. 

Which was adopted. 



TN BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, ) 
March 23, 18G5. J 

The Comptroller submitted to the Board of Supervisors 
the following communication : 

CTTY OF NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, ) 
. Comptroller's Office, March 23, 1865. j 

Gentlemen of the Board of Supervisors 

of the County of New York : 

In pursuance of the following resolution, adopted by 
your honorable body February 23, 1865 

" Eesolved, That the Comptroller be and he is hereby 
authorized and directed to advertise forthwith, in the 
public newspapers, for five days, for proposals to the 
Soldiers' Bounty Fund Bonds, No. 3, to bear interest at 
the rate of seven per cent, per annum, payable semi-an- 



Doc. No. 12. 296 

nually, authorized by an ordinance of the Board passed 
January 10, 1865," 

the Comptroller caused an advertisement for sealed 
proposals to said loan to be inserted in the public news- 
papers, and also transmitted a circular (a copy of which 
is hereto annexed) to the various banks, insurance com- 
panies and moneyed institutions of our City. 

Of the amount authorized ($2,000,000) the following 
statement shows the sum subscribed : 

1863. 

Mar. 1. Jane Frost $400 

John Emmons, Jr 3,000 

D. H. Applegate 2,000 

Eliza Green 1,000 

Charles Hicks 1,000 

Richard Lawrence 1,000 

S. B. Helbert Judah 5,000 

German Savings Bank 50,000 

B. H. Field 10,000 

Dominick Maguire 1,800 

2. Tradesmen's Bank 25,000 

Mariners' Savings Institution 10,000 

William Miller . 3,000 

Jane Dougherty 1,500 

Ann Farrell 2,200 

Daniel Low 4,000 



Amount carried forward $120,900 



297 Doc. No. 12. 

Amount brought forward $120,900 

Mar. 2. Henry W. Allen 5,000 

H. P. Liscomb 8,000 

W. H. Montanye 5,000 

Joseph Lawrence, President 100.000 

Harmony Fire and Marine Insurance 

Company 10,000 

J. H. Vanderbilt 50,000 

3. Jane Dougherty 500 

Thomas Boyne 3,000 

C. H. Shipman 10,000 

Owen W. Brennan 5,000 

John Turner 1,000 

4. Patrick Treacy 5,000 

Atlantic Savings Bank 20,000 

6. New York Savings Bank 25,000 

7. Vermilye & Co 25,000 

Emma L. Higgins 50.000 

J. Frank Dillont 10,000 

8. Michael McKenna 2,000 

James McKenna 5,000 

9. Henry E. Lawrence 1,000 

Union Dime Savings Institution 70,000 

John Cryder and S. C. Williams, Guar- 
dians 30,000 

Atlantic Mutual Insurance Company.. 100,000 



Amount carried forward $661,400 



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Amount brought forward $661,400 

Mar. 10. Mariners' Savings Institution 10,000 

Continental Insurance Company 20,000 

E. P. Davis, attorney for C. R. Thomas. 5,000 
11. Francis & Loutrel 1,000 

Lewis Francis 1 ,000 

Cyrus H. Loutrel 1,000 

Henry McGahey 1,200 

M. A. Wheeler, Guardian 2,000 

13. John Burke 5,000 

J. H. Meyerink 2.500 

John F. Barley 500 

14. Atlantic Savings Bank 30,000 

John N. Blasi 2,000 

Alexander Mclntyre and R. Ely, Ad- 
ministrators 2,000 

Alexander Mclntyre 500 

Joshua Brush 5,000 

Joseph Park 1,000 

Goorge C. Park 1,000 

Hobart J. Park 1,000 

15. Charles H. Redman 5,000 

16. Estate of Ann Storm 10,000 

John Calvin Smith 2,000 

F. Haubner and M. F. Bosch, Ex'rs. . . 2,000 

17. Jane Dougherty 1,000 



Amount carried forward. . . $778,100 



299 Doc. No. 1-2. 

Amount brought forward $773.100 

Mar. 18. Samuel B. Ladd 3,000 

20. William Shipman 5,000 

William Gilfillan 1,000 

22. John Le Count 9,000 

John Shea 2,000 



Total $793,100 

This sum has been disbursed, and no further payments 
can be made to your Committee OH. Volunteering for the 
purpose of paying bounties to volunteers without further 
action. 

In order to obtain funds from the State to reimburse 
this County for payments made in pursuance of the act, 
chapter 29, Laws of 1865, the undersigned applied to the 
Governor in person during the past week, and yesterday 
a telegram was sent to the Paymaster-General request- 
ing a return of moneys so advanced. By information 
received this morning from the Governor, through "Waldo 
Hutchins, Esq., I lf>arn the State is not in funds at pres- 
ent to respond. 

The undersigned, accompanied by Mr. Hutching and the 
chairman of your Committee on Volunteering, visited 
this morning the various moneyed institutions, to obtain 
further subscriptions to the County loan, but were unsuc- 
cessful ; the various parties called upon stating that they 
had subscribed to the loan of the State, and were await- 



Doc. No. 12. 300 

ing notification to pay the same, and regretted that in. 
consequence of such action they were unable to aid the 
County by subscribing to its loan. 

I would recommend that the Committee on Volunteer- 
ing be authorized to proceed to Albany, to confer with the 
Governor in respect to this matter, in order to effect a 
transfer of a portion of the subscriptions to the State 
loan to the loan of this County, and to be used for the 
purpose of securing our quota of men for the army under 
the late call. Many df the subscribers to the State loan 
have signified their willingness to make such transfer, if 
authorized so to do by the State authorities. 

I am happy to be able to state that funds sufficient to 
meet the requirements for volunteering during the day 
have been furnished by F. S. "Winston, Esq., President of 
the Mutual Life Insurance Company, who has supplied 
one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), which amount 
has been Applied toward this object. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) MATTHEW T. BKENNAtt, 

Comptroller. 

Advertisement. 

SEVEN PER CENT, COUNTY LOAN. Proposals for two 
million dollars ($2,000,000) Soldiers' 1 Bounty Fund Bonds. 
No. 3, of 'the County of New York. -Sealed proposals will 



301 Doc. No. 12. 

be received at the Comptroller's office until Tuesday, 
February 28, at 2 o'clock P. M., when the same will be 
publicly opened, for the purchase of the whole or any 
part of the sum of two million dollars ($2,000,000), of the 
" Soldiers Bounty Fund Bonds, No. 3," authorized by an 
ordinance of the Board of Supervisors passed January 
10, 1865, and legalized by an act of the Legislature of the 
State of New York passed February 10, 1865, (vide chap. 
29, 18G5). 

The said bonds will bear interest at the rate of seven 
per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually, on the first 
day of May and November, in each year, and the princi- 
pal will be redeemable in successive annual instalments 
of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) each, com- 
mencing on the first day of November, 1895. 

Proposals will state tfye amount of bonds desired, and 
the price per hundred dollars thereof ; and the persons 
whose proposals arc accepted w r ill thereupon be required 
to deposit with the County Treasurer the sums awarded 
to them respectively. 

On presenting to the Comptroller the receipts of the 
County Treasurer for such deposits, the parties will be en- 
titled to receive bonds for equal amounts of the par value 
of the sums awarded to them, bearing interest from the 
dates of payment. 

Kach proposition should be sealed and indorsed " Pro- 



Doc. No. 12. 302 

posals for Soldiers Bounty Fund Bonds, No. 3," and in- 
closed in a second envelope, addressed to the Comptroller. 
The right is reserved to reject any or all of the bids, if 
considered necessary to protect or promote the interests 
of the County. 

(Signed) MATTHEW T. BRENNAN, 

Comptroller. 



Circular. 

Crr Y OF NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, ) 
Comptroller's Office, February 23, 1865. ( 

The Comptroller respectfully invites attention to the 
above advertisement for proposals for a thirty-years loan 
at seven per cent. It cannot be doubted that our fellow- 
citizens generally desire that the quota for this County, 
under the present call of the President for men for the 
United States army, should be raised without resorting 
to a draft for this purpose. 

It is hoped, therefore, that capitalists and others in this 
City having funds to invest, will, in view of the purpose 
for which it is designed, give the above named loan the 
preference; and that the whole amount will be taken 
without delay, in order that our City may be saved from 
the impending draft, 

(Signed) MATTHEW T, BKENNAN, 

Comptroller, 



303 Doc. No. 12. 

The foregoing communication having been received, 
Supervisor Willmann offered the following resolution for 
adoption : 

Resolved, That the County Volunteer Committee be 
and are hereby authorized and directed to proceed im- 
mediately to Albany, and confer with his Excellency the 
Governor, and request him to cause to be transferred to 
this County the sum of five hfmdred thousand dollars 
($500,000), or such other amount as he may deem proper, 
of the subscription for the State loan, for the purpose of 
procuring volunteers for the United States army and 
navy, to be credited on the quota of the County of New 
York. 

Which was adopted. 



IN BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, 
March 30, 1865. 

The Comptroller presented to the Board of Supervisors 
the following communication: 

CITY OF NEW YORK 'DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, } 
Comptroller's Office, March 29, 1865. f 

Gentlemen of the Board of Supervisors 

of the County of New York: 

The following amounts have been paid on account of 
the Soldiers' Bounty Fund Bonds, No. 3, since my com- 
munication of the 23d instant, viz, ; 



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S. C. Williams and others, Guardians $20,000 

Miss Hannah J. Ruckle 1,000 

Elijah F. Purdy, President Sixpenny Savings 

Bank 5,000 

James Lenox 6,000 

Citizens' Fire Insurance Company 5,000 

Third Avenue Savings Bank 10,000 

Bank of the State of Nejv York 5,000 

Brown Brothers & Co 5,000 

Grinnell, Minturn & Co 3,000 

Wellesly Whyte 1,000 

William B. Astor 10,000 

Tradesmen's Bank ' 10,000 

Globe Mutual Life Insurance Company 10,000 

Merchants' Exchange Bank 5,000 

$96,000 

Which, together with the amount heretofore reported, 
makes a total of nine hundred and eighty-nine thousand 
and one hundred dollars ($989,100). 

The subscriptions at present being received are alto- 
gether inadequate to supply the Committee on Volun- 
teering with funds to secure the requisite number of 
volunteers demanded by the authorities of the United 
States, in time to be available on account of the present 
draft. The Comptroller regrets to state that, notwith- 
standing his most earnest appeals to the public for sub- 



305 Doc. No. 12. 

scriptions on account of this loan, he is unable to provide 
sufficient means for the purposes of volunteering, and 
therefore the labors of the Committee must cease, unless 
those having the means subscribe, without delay, for the 
balance of the loan authorized, and the State authorities 
reimburse this County for the amounts heretofore ad- 
vanced on its account. 

.Respectfully submitted. 

(Signed) MATTHEW T. BKENNAN, 

Comptroller. 

Supervisor Blunt stated that the Committee on Volun- 
teering had authorized Wm. H. Anthon, Esq., to person- 
ally visit capitalists, and endeavor to obtain subscriptions 
to the County loan. 

Mr. Anthon had received the following authority from 
the committee : 

HKADQUAKTEKS Co. COM. ON VOLUMTKEKIISG, ] 

CITY HALL PAKE, BROADWAY, COK. CIIAMBEES ST., v 

Neiv York, March 25, 1865. j 

At a meeting of the JS T ew York County Committee on 
Volunteering, held this day, it was unanimously 

jtesolved, That Gen. William H. Anthon be and he is 
hereby authorized and requested to wait on capitalists, 
banking-houses, and moneyed institutions, for the purpose 
of securing subscriptions to the seven per cent, volun- 

50 



Doc. No. 12. 306 

teer loan, authorized by the Board of Supervisors of 
New York County, January 10, 1865, and confirmed by 
act of the Legislature, chapter 29, Laws of 1865. 

(Signed) 0. GODFREY GUNTHER, Mayor, 
ORISON BLUNT, 
WILLIAM M. TWEED, 
ELIJAH F. PUEDY, 
MATTHEW T. BRENNAN, Comptroller, 
Committee on Volunteering of N. Y. County. 

A copy of the above, with the following circular, had 
been addressed by Mr. Anthon to various capitalists and 
moneyed institutions : 

DEAR Sut : , 

Experience has shown conclusively that a compulsory 
conscription or draft would be one of the greatest calami- 
ties which could happen to the City of New York, while 
it would, probably, like that which took place in the sum- 
mer of 1863, prove an utter failure, so far as the great 
object of filling the national armies is concerned. 

A due regard, therefore, for the comfort of many fami- 
lies which will be left destitute if their head is con- 
scripted, for the peace of our City, which is in some dan- 
ger of being again disturbed, and for the national cause, 
which will be injured by the failure to supply men at 
this crisis, should induce us to bend all our energies to the 



307 Doc. No. 12. 

only true and American mode of raising troops, namely, 
by volunteering. 

Thousands of men stand ready to volunteer at this mo- 
ment, but the County Committee are destitute of funds, 
while nearly a million of County volunteer loan seven 
per cent, bonds, beyond all question the best investment 
in the market, remain untaken. 

I respectfully request you to lay this subject before 
your Board of Directors, with a few remarks upon the 
importance of the crisis, and to urge upon them the ne- 
cessity of making as liberal a subscription as possible. 

Please direct your answer to me as soon as possible, at 

Box No, 2,408, New York Post-office. 


Yours, respectfully, 

(Signed) WM. HENRY ANTHON. 

The following communication from Mr. Anthou would 
seem to indicate that his efforts were at first somewhat 
successful ; 

NEW YOKK, March 29, 1865. 
Hon. ORISON BLUNT: 

I announce the following subscriptions to the County 
loan, and will send others this afternoon, as the lists 
come in : 



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Ketchum, Son & Co $5,000 

Ward & Co 5,000 

Merchants"' Bank . 5,000 

Bank of America 5,000 

Wm. Alex. Smith, of H. Meigs, Jr., & Smith J,000 

$21,000 
Respectfully yours, 

(Signed) WM. HENRY ANTHON. 

NEW YORK, March 29, 1865. 
Hon. ORISON BLUNT, 

Supervisor, &c. : 
DEAR SIR 

I announce the following additional subscriptions to. 
the County loan. More to come : 

Corn Exchange Bank $5.000 

Phenix Bank 5,000 

Yours, respectfully, 
(Signed) WM. HERNY ANTHON. 

On motion of the President (Supervisor Tweed), the 
Board then adopted the following resolution : 

Resolved, In the opinion of this Board, that the Comp- 
troller should receive subscriptions for the Bounty loan 
in amounts of fifty dollars ($50) and upwards. 



309 Doc. No. 12. 



Appeal to the People for Aid. 

IN BOAED OF SUPEKVISOBS 

March, 6, 1865 



>BS,) 



Supervisor Eoche offered the following preamble and 
resolution : 

Whereas, On the occasion of the national celebration 
of Union victories this day, in the great City of New 
York, when the people are rejoicing at the signal success 
of our armies and navy in restoring peace and preserving 
the Constitution and enforcing the laws of the United 
States, it seems eminently proper that this Board should 
place upon record its cordial and hearty co-operation and 
sympathy with the general and heartfelt rejoicing ; and 

Whereas, It is believed that the encouragement of en- 
listments to fill the quota of this County for the armies 
and navy of the Union is a most patriotic and praise- 
worthy evidence of such co-operation and sympathy ; 
therefore 



^ That the members of the Board of Supervi- 
sors of the County of New York hereby respectfully and 
earnestly request the best efforts of all patriotic citizens, 
among all classes of the people merchants, citizens and 
tax-payers in procuring volunteers for the ai'mies of the 



Doc. No. 12. 310 

Union in filling the quota of the County of .New York 
under the last call of the President of the United States. 
Which was adopted. 

Supervisor Blunt submitted the following : 
Resolved, That the Committee on Volunteering be di- 
rected to issue an appeal to the people to aid the Super- 
visors in increasing volunteering to an extent sufficient 
to avert the calamity of a draft. 

Which was adopted. 



Enrolment Ways and Means. 

IN BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, ) 
April 1 , 1 865. f 

The following resolutions were adopted : 

Resolved, That the Committee on Volunteering be re- 
quested to communicate with the War Department at 
Washington, and urge the acceptance of the corrected en- 
rolment of this City, in accordance with the understanding 
had with the Department on the 3d day of February last. 

Resolved. That the Governor of the State be requested 
to transfer to this County two million dollars ($2.000,000) 
of the seven per cent, war bonds on account of the propor- 
tion due this County from the State, or so much thereof 
as will not prove prejudicial to the interests of the State ; 
and that the Special Committee on Volunteering confer 
with the Governor and report to this Board. 



APPENDIX B. 



ACTS OF THE LEGISLATURE OP 1865 RELATING TO 
BOUNTIES, &c, 



Laws of 1865. 

The following bill, legalizing the bounty ordinance of 
the Board of Supervisors of June 25, 1864, was passed by 
the Legislature February 8, 1865 : 

r M v PT K H 17. 
AN ACT 

TO CONFIRM AND MAKE VALID A CERTAIN ORDINANCE OP THE 
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK, 
PASSED JUNE TWENTY-FIVE, EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY- 
FOUR, AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE REDEMPTION OF THE BONDS 
THEREIN SPECIFIED. 

Passed February 8. 1865 : three-fifths being present. 

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate 
and Assembly, do enact as follows : 

SECTION 1 . The ordinance of the Board of Supervisors 
of the County of New York entitled " An ordinance to 
provide for the procurement of volunteers for the armies 
of the Union, as part and parcel of the quota of the City 
and County of New York, under any future call of the 
President for men," passed June twenty-five, eighteen 
hundred and sixty -four, is hereby declared to be lawful 
and of binding force. 



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SEC. 2. It shall be lawful for the Board of Supervisors 
of the County of New York to borrow, on or before 
the first day of June next, upon the faith and credit of 
said County, a sum not exceeding two million dollars 
($2,000,000), and to issue therefor the bonds of said 
County, in the usual form, which shall be designated 
and known as the " Soldiers' Bounty Fund Redemption 
Bonds, No. 2," of the said County, and to be made 
payable in successive annual instalments of five hun- 
dred thousand dollars ($500,000) each, commencing on 
the first day of November, in the year eighteen hun- 
dred and ninety-one, and bearing interest at a rate not 
exceeding seven per cent, per annum, payable seini- 
annually. on the first day of May and November in each 
year. The moneys so borrowed shall be applied to the 
payment and redemption of the " Soldiers' Bounty Fund 
Bonds, No. 2," payable June first, eighteen hundred and 
sixty-five, issued under the ordinances of said Board of 
Sr.piwisors passed June twenty-five, eighteen hundred 
and s: -*--'*-::, and to no >th.er object or purpose what- 
ever. 

SEC. 3. The said Board of Supervisors of the County of 
JTew York are hereby authorized and required to order 
and cause to be raised, in each year, by tax upon the 
property by law subject to taxation within said County, 
the sums of money necessary to meet the interest payable 
on the several issues of bonds authorized by the second 



315 Doc. No. 12. 

section of this act, also the interest on the bonds issued 
under the ordinance mentioned in the first section of this 
act ; provided, that the amount of any premiums received 
upon the issue of said bonds, or any of them, shall be 
applied to the payment of the interest on the same, and 
shall be deducted from the amount which would other- 
wise be required to be raised by tax, as herein provided. 

SEC. 4. The said Board of Supervisors are hereby fur- 
ther authorized and required to order and cause to be 
raised, by tax upon the property by law subject to taxa- 
tion within said County, in each year, as the said several 
bonds hereinbefore authorized shall respectively become 
due and payable, such sum of money as may be required 
to pay and redeem the same at the maturity thereof. 

SEC. 5. This act shall take effect immediately. 

STATE OF NEW YOKK, 
Offiw of flic Secretary of State. 

I have compared the preceding with the original law 
on file in this office, and do hereby certify that the same 
is a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole of said 
original law. 

OHAUNCEY M. DEPEW, 

Secretary of State, 

The following bill in relation to bounties was passed by 
the Legislature February 10, 1865. By it the ordinances 



Doc, No. 12. 316 

of the Board of Supervisors of June 14, 1864, and Jan- 
uary 10, and February 1, 1865, are confirmed and legal- 
ized : 

CHAPTER 29. 

AN ACT 

TO PROVIDE FOR FILLING THE QUOTA OF MEN REQUIRED FROM 
THIS STATE, FOR THE ARMY AND NAVY OF THE UNITED 
STATES, AND TO REPEAL SECTION TWENTY-TWO OF CHAPTER 
EIGHT OF THE LAWS OF EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY- 
FOUR, AND TO PROHIBIT ANY LOCAL BOUNTIES TO VOLUN- 
TEERS, DRAFTED MEN, OR SUBSTITUTES, AND TO RAISE MONEY 
BY AN ISSUE OF THE BONDS OF THE STATE, AND TO PROVIDE 
FOR SUBMITTING THE QUESTION THEREON TO THE PEOPLE. 

Passed February 10, 1865 : three-fifths being present. 

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate 
and Assembly, do enact as follows: 

SECTION 1. For the purpose of rilling the quota of men 
required for the army and navy of the United States 
from thi Str.to under the 1 ist call of the President, dated 
December nineteen, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, and 
also under any future call or calls which may be made 
during the present war, a State bounty shall be paid to 
volunteers furnished from this State, as in this act is pro- 
vided. 

SEC. 2. Such bounty shall be paid to so many volun- 
teers furnished from the several towns and cities of this 



317 Doc. No. 32. 

State as shall be necessary to fill the quota of said towns 
and cities, respectively, fixed by the authorities of the 
Government of the United States, under said call or calls ; 
provided, that no bounty sliall be paid to any volunteer 
until he shall have enlisted and have been accepted and 
credited upon the quota of the town or city from which 
he shall enlist, by the authorities of the United States ; 
and provided, also, that said bounty shall only be paid to 
non-commissioned officers, musicians, and privates enlist- 
ing in the armies of the United States, and to persons 
enlisting in the navy thereof, and who shall be credited 
by the authorities of the United States upon the quotas 
of the towns or cities in this State from which they shall 
enlist under said call or calls ; and provided, also, that no 
such bounty shall be paid to any volunteer, substitute, 
or drafted man who shall volunteer, be substituted, or 
be drafted to fill up any quota, or to fill up any defi- 
ciency of any quota, of any city, county, or town, arising 
upon any call for men made before the nineteenth" day 
of December, A. D. eighteen hundred and sixty-four. And 
where, before the passage of this act, any town, city, or 
county, by means of local bounties raised and paid under 
chapter eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty- 
four, shall have filled its quota, or any part thereof, re- 
quired by the call of December nineteen, eighteen hun- 
dred and sixty-four, or shall have furnished an excess of 
men or of years of service, under the call of July eighteen, 
eighteen hundred and sixty-four, by furnishing men for 



Doc. No. 12. 318 

one or more years, who being or having been credited be- 
fore or since said call of December nineteen, eighteen hun- 
dred and sixty-four, to said town, city or county, shall 
have operated to relieve, in whole or in part, said town, 
city, or county, from furnishing men under the call of 
December nineteen, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, 
the bounties so raised and paid, not exceeding the rates 
and sums mentioned in this act, shall be refunded from the 
moneys to be obtained, or by the bonds to be issued, 
under the provisions of this act; or, in case the said 
moneys and the said bonds shall be insufficient for the pur- 
poses of this act, by the Comptroller giving credit there- 
for to the several cities, counties, or towns by which the 
said bounties have been so raised and paid. And where 
there shall arise any difference or dispute as to the 
amount of money that ought to be refunded or credited 
to any county, city, or town, or as to any question in ref- 
erence thereto, the same shall be finally adjusted and de- 
termined by the Governor, Comptroller, and Attorney- 
General, who shall be a Board for that purpose. 

SEC. 3. There shall bu paid to such volunteer aforesaid 
a sum not exceeding the sum of six hundred dollars 
($600) if he enlists for three years, four hundred dollar* 
($400) if lie enlists for two years, and three hundred dol- 
lars ($300) if he enlists for one year. And there shall 
also be paid to each drafted man who shall be actually 
mustered into the military or naval service of the United 



319 Doc. No. 12. 

States, the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars ($250). 
And to enable the authorities of the State to pay the 
same, the Comptroller is hereby authorized to borrow, 
on the credit of the general fund, from any of the funds 
in the treasury, sufficient moneys to carry out the pro- 
visions of this act, or in any other manner to borrow the 
same, and to repay the sum so borrowed from the money 
to be raised under and in pursuance of the provisions of 
this act, 

SEC. -i. .No city, county, or town, shall hereafter bor- 
row or raise by tax any money, or authorize the borrow- 
ing or raising by tax of any money for the purpose of 
paying bounties to volunteers, drafted men, or substi- 
tutes, under the said call dated nineteenth December, 
eighteen hundred and sixty-four, or any future call, other- 
wise than as is provided in section seven of this act, and not 
to exceed one hundred dollars ($100) for hand-money and 
incidental expenses for procuring each volunteer ; nor 
shall any city, county, or town, or any individual, or any 
individuals, pay any money for such purpose or purposes, 
otherwise than is herein provided (except that an individ- 
ual may in any way hire a substitute to exempt himself 
from draft) ; but nothing in this act shall be so construed 
as to affect or invalidate any expenditures hitherto made, 
or any obligations already incurred, or the levying of 
any tax for the discharge of such expenditures or obliga- 
tions; and every act, proceeding, or resolution of any 



Doc. No. 12. 320 

Board of Supervisors, or of the Common Council of any 
city, or of any board of town officers, or of any officer 
of any county, city, or town, in contravention of the pro- 
visions of this section, shall be void. 

SEC. 5. The bounties provided in this act shall only be 
paid to the volunteers in person, or in such manner and 
at such time or times as shall be directed by the Gov- 
ernor, as Commander-in- Chief, in general orders. Any 
agreement by any volunteer or substitute with any 
broker, or any middleman, or any agent acting between 
him and the authorities of any city, county, or town, 
for the payment of any part of the bounty to be paid to 
him by the provisions of this act, to any other persons 
whether executed or not, is hereby declared to be void ; 
and such volunteer or substitute, his heirs, personal repre- 
sentative, or assigns, may at any time within four years 
recover any money paid or received in violation of this 
act, with interest from the time of such payment or re- 
ceipt, from the person or persons to or for whom such 
money is paid or received. And in an action for the 
recovery of money so paid or received, the defendant 
may be arrested, as provided in sections one hundred 
and seventy-nine and one hundred and eighty-one of 
the Code of Procedure; and the judgment recovered in 
any such action may be collected by execution against 
the person of the defendant, as provided in section two 
hundred and eighty-eight of the Code of Procedure, 



321 Doc. No. 12. 

SEC. 6. A bounty, to the amount hereinbefore provi- 
ded, shall be paid to any person who has furnished or 
who shall furnish an acceptable substitute, to apply on 
the quota under the call of December 19, A. D. eighteen 
hundred and sixty-four, which substitute shall have been 
accepted by the authorities of the United States, and 
credited to the town, city, or county in which said per- 
son shall be enrolled, and which substitute shall go to 
reduce the quota in such town, city, or county, which 
shall be paid under such regulations as shall be prescrib- 
ed by the Governor, as Commander-in-chief, by general 
orders. But if any such person has received any sum 
from any city, county, or town, he shall receive, by virtue 
hereof, no more than enough to make the amount to be 
paid to him equal to the bounty hereby provided for. 

SEC. 7. Section twenty-two, of chapter eight, of the 
laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-four, entitled " An 
Act to authorize the levying of a tax upon the taxable 
property of the different counties and towns in this 
State, to repay moneys borrowed for or expended in the 
payment of bounties to volunteers, or for the expenses of 
their enlistment, or for aid to their families, or to pay 
any liability incurred therefor, or that may hereafter be 
incurred, and to amend section one of chapter five hun- 
dred and fourteen of the laws of eighteen hundred and 

O 

sixty-three," is hereby amended so as to read as follows : 
" 22. The Board of Supervisors of the several 

21 



Doc. No. 12. 322 

counties in this State are hereby authorized and em- 
powered at any meeting of the said Board, duly called 
and convened, to adopt resolutions to provide for raising 
money upon the credit of their respective counties, for 
the use of said county, or upon the credit of any city or 
town thereof, for the sole use of said city or town, or to 
levy and impose a tax upon the taxable property of 
their respective counties, for the use of said county, or 
upon any town or city thereof, for the sole use of said 
town or city, for the purpose of paying bounties to vol- 
unteers into the military or naval service of the United 
States during the existence of the war now carried on, 
and for the purpose of paying the incidental expenses of 
such volunteering, and of raising such moneys and for 
the purpose of furnishing temporary relief to the families 
of such volunteers ; but no such money shall be raised 
upon the credit of any town, nor shall any tax for money 
to be raised upon the credit of any town be levied and 
imposed upon the taxable property of such town, except 
upon the vote of a majority of the electors of said town 
present and voting at an annual town meeting, or at a 
meeting called for that purpose, in accordance with the 
provisions of the Revised Statutes for calling special 
town meetings, and special town meetings may be called 
for that purpose ; nor of any city, except upon a vote of 
a majority of all the members elect to the Common 
Council thereof, duly certified and transmitted to the 
of Supervisors of the county, And any and all 



323 Doc. No. 12. 

taxes imposed by vote of such electors upon the taxable 
property of any town, for the raising of money for any of 
the purposes mentioned in this section, shall be levied by 
such Board of Supervisors upon the taxable property of 
said town, and collected in the manner provided in the 
eleventh section of this act, for the collection of taxes 
therein mentioned ; provided, however, that no sum or 
bounty shall be raised or paid or offered under the pro- 
visions of this section to a greater amount than three 
hundred dollars ($300) for a one-year volunteer or substi- 
tute, four hundred dollars ($400) for a two-years volunteer 
or substitute, and six hundred dollars ( $600) for a three- 
years volunteer or substitute, and two hundred and fifty 
dollars ($250) to a drafted man. And if this act shall be 
ratified by the people, as is herein provided, then the sums 
so raised and paid by the said cities, counties, and towns 
to the amounts aforesaid, and no more, shall be refunded 
or credited in the same manner as is provided in section 
two of this act/- 

The ordinances of the Board of Supervisors of the 
County of New York, passed June fourteen, eighteen 
hundred and sixty-four, January ten, eighteen hundred 
and sixty-five, and February one, eighteen hundred and 
sixty-five, to provide for the procurement of volunteers 
for the armies of the United States, as part and parcel of 
the quota of the City of Xew York, under the call of the 
President for men, a;re hereby declared to be lawful 



Doc. No. 12. 324 

of binding force so far as they are not inconsistent with 
the provisions of this act. 

SEC. S. To provide the means of paying the said boun- 
ties under the provisions of this act, a debt of this State 
is hereby authorized, which debt shall be for the single 
object of raising the money to pay the bounties herein 
named. 

SEC. 9. The debt hereby created shall not exceed the 
sum of thirty million dollars ($30,000,000) ; and there shall 
be imposed, levied and assessed upon the taxable property 
of this State a direct annual tax, to pay the interest on the 
said debt as such interest falls due, which said direct an- 
nual tax shall be sufficient to pay such interest as it falls 
due ; and there shall also be imposed, levied, and assessed 
upon the taxable property of this State a direct annual tax 
to pay, and sufficient to pay, in the space of eighteen years 
from the time of the passage of this act, the whole of the 
debt created under and by the provisions of this act. Of 
the debt to be created under and by virtue of the provi- 
sions of this act, the principal of one-third part thereof shall 
be paid in six years from the passage of this act ; the princi- 
pal of one-third part thereof shall be paid in twelve years 
from the passage of this act, and the principal of one-third 
part thereof in eighteen years from the passage of this 
act 

SKC, 10. To obtain the money necessary for the pur- 



325 Doc. No. 12. 

poses contemplated by this act, the Comptroller is author- 
ized to issue the bonds of the State in such sums each as 
shall seem meet to him, with coupons thereto attached, 
for the payment of the interest on such bonds, at a rate 
not exceeding seven per centum per annum, half-yearly, 
on the first day of July and January in each year, until 
the principal is payable, at such place in the City of New 
York as shall seem meet to him. One-third part of such 
bonds shall be payable in six years from the passage of 
this act ; one-third part of such bonds shall be payable in 
twelve years from the passage of this act ; one-third part 
of such bonds shall be payable in eighteen yours from the 
passage of this act ; and the whole principal shall be pay- 
able in such place in New York City as the Comptroller 
shall deem meet. The Comptroller shall, before disposing 
of said bonds, or any of them, advertise for proposals for 
the same, and shall open the proposals and award the 
same to the highest bidder, at a rate not less than par, 
which advertising and disposition shall be according to 
the provisions of the law now existing. 

SEC. 11. This act shall be submitted to the people at 
the next general election to be held in this State. The 
inspectors of election in the different election districts in 
this State shall provide at each poll, on said election day, 
a box, in the usual form, for the reception of the ballots 
herein provided ; and each and every elector in this State 
may present a ballot, which shall be a paper ticket, on 



Doc. No. 12. 326 

which shall be printed or written, or partly written and 
partly printed, one of the following forms, namely : " For 
the Act to create a State Debt to pay Bounties," or 
"Against the Act to create a State Debt to pay Bounties." 
The said ballots shall be so folded as to conceal the con- 
tents of the ballot, and shall be indorsed "Act in relation 
to Bounties." 

SEC. 12. After finally closing the polls of such election, 
the inspectors thereof shall immediately, and without ad- 
journment, proceed to count and canvass the ballots given 
in relation to the proposed act, in the same manner as 
they are by law required to canvass the ballots given for 
Governor ; and thereupon shall set down in writing, and 
in words at full length, the whole number of votes given 
"For the Act to create a State Debt," and the whole 
number of votes given "Against the Act to create a State 
Debt," and certify and subscribe the same, and cause the 
copies thereof to be made, certified, and delivered, as pre- 
scribed by law in respect to the canvass of votes given 
at an election for Governor. And all the provisions of 
law in relation to elections, other than for military and 
town officers, shall apply to the submission to the people 
herein provided for. 

SEC. 13. The Secretary of State shall, with all conven- 
ient dispatch, after this act shall receive the approval of 
the Governor, cause the same to be struck off and printed 



327 Doc. No. 12. 

upon slips, in such numbers as shall be sufficient to supply 
the different officers of this State concerned in notifying 
or in holding elections, or in canvassing the votes, and 
shall transmit the same to such officers. 

SEC. 14. Sections one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, 
eleven, twelve, thirteen, and fourteen of this act shall 
take effect immediately upon its passage ; but the eighth, 
ninth, and tenth sections thereof shall not become a law 
until it is ratified by the people, in pursuance of the Con- 
stitution and the provisions thereof. 

STATE OF NEW YOKK, ) 
Office of the Secretary of /State. ) 

I have compared the preceding with the original law on 
file in this office, and do hereby certify that the same is a 
correct transcript therefrom and of the whole of said 
original law. 

Given under my hand and seal of office, at the City 
of Albany, this eleventh day of February, in the 
year one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five. 

OHAUNCEY M. DEPEW, 

Secretary of Stale. 

On the 24th of February, the Legislature passed the 
following bill relative to bounties. It differs from the 
preceding bill only as regards the State loan for bounties, 
enacting that in case the people shall not authorize the 



Doc. No. 12. 328 

State loan to pay the debt, as provided for in the preced- 
ing act, then said debt shall be paid by immediate taxa- 
tion. This act also confirms and legalizes the ordinances 
of the Board of Supervisors : 

CHAPTER 41. 

AN" ACT 

TO PROVIDE FOB FILLING THE QUOTA OF MEN REQUIRED FROM 
THIS STATE FOR THE ARMY AND NAVY OF THE UNITED STATES, 
AND TO AMEND SECTION TWENTY-TWO OF CHAPTER, EIGHT OF 
THE LAWS OF EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY- FOUR, AND TO 
REGULATE LOCAL BOUNTIES TO VOLUNTEERS, DRAFTED MEN, 
OR SUBSTITUTES. 

Passed February 24, 1865 ; three-fifths being present. 

The People of the State of Neio York, represented in Senate 
and Assembly, do enact as follows : 

SECTION 1. For the purpose of filling the quota of men 
required for the army and navy of the United States from 
this State, under the last call of the President, dated 
December nineteen, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, 
and also under any future call or calls which may be made 
during the present war, a State bounty shall be paid to 
volunteers furnished from this State, as in this act is pro- 
vided. 

SEC. 2. Such bounty shall be paid to so many volun- 
teers furnished bv the several towns and cities of this 



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State as shall be necessary to fill the quota of said towns 
and cities respectively, fixed by the authorities of the 
Government of the United States, under said call or calls ; 
provided, that no bounty shall be paid to any volunteer 
until he shall have enlisted and have been accepted and 
credited upon the quota of the town or city from which 
he shall enlist, by the authorities of the United States ; 
and provided, also, that said bounty shall only be paid to 
non commissioned officers, musicians, and privates enlist- 
ing in the armies of the United States, and to persons en- 
listing in' the navy thereof, and who shall be credited by 
the authorities of the United States upon the quotas of 
the towns or cities in this State from which they shall en- 
list under said call or calls ; and provided, also, that no 
such bounty shall be paid to any volunteer, substitute, or 
drafted man who shall volunteer, be substituted, or be 
drafted to fill up any quota, or to fill up any deficiency 
of any quota of any city, county, or town, arising upon 
any call for men made before the nineteenth day of De- 
cember, A. D. eighteen hundred and sixty-four. And 
where, before the passage of this act, any town, city, or 
county, by means of local bounties, raised and paid under 
chapter eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty- 
four, shall have filled its quota, or any part thereof, re- 
quired by the call of December nineteen, eighteen hun- 
dred and sixty-four, or shall have furnished an excess of 
men or of years of service under the call of July eigh- 
teen, eighteen hundred and sixty -four, by furnishing men 



Doc, No. 12. 330 

for one or more years, who, being or having been credited, 
before or since said call of December nineteen, eighteen 
hundred and sixty -four, to said town, city, or county, shall 
have operated to relieve, in whole or in part, said town, 
city, or county from furnishing men under the call of 
December nineteen, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, the 
bounties so raised and paid, not exceeding the rates and 
sums mentioned in this act, shall be refunded from the 
moneys to be obtained ; or, in case the said moneys shall 
be insufficient for the purposes of this act, by the Comp- 
troller giving credit therefor to the several cities, coun- 
ties or towns, by which the said bounties have been so 
raised and paid. And where there shall arise any dif- 
ference or dispute as to the amount of money that ought 
to be refunded or credited to any county, city, or town, 
or as to any question in reference thereto, the same shall 
be finally adjusted and determined by the Governor, 
Comptroller, and Attorney-General, who shall be a board 
for tl:at purpose. 

SEC. 3. There shall be paid to each volunteer aforesaid 
a sum not exceeding the sum of six hundred dollars 
($600) if he enlists for three years ; four hundred dollars 
($400) if he enlists for two years ; and three hundred dol- 
lars ($300) if he enlists for one year. And there shall also 
be paid to each drafted man who shall be actually mus- 
tered into the military or naval service of the United 
States the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars ($250). 



331 Doc. No. 12. 

SEC. 4. No city, county, or town shall hereafter bor- 
row or raise by tax any money, or authorize the borrow- 
ing or raising by tax of any money for the purpose of 
paying bounties to volunteers, drafted men or substitutes, 
under the said call dated nineteenth of December, eigh- 
teen hundred and sixty-four, or any future call, otherwise 
than is provided in section seven hereof, and not to ex- 
ceed one hundred dollars ($100) for hand-money and for 
incidental expenses for procuring each volunteer ; nor shall 
any city, county, or town, or any individual, or any indi- 
viduals, pay any money for such purpose or purposes 
otherwise than as is herein provided (except that an indi- 
vidual may in any way hire a substitute to exempt him- 
self from draft) ; but nothing in this act shall be so con- 
strued as to effect or invalidate any expenditures hither- 
to made, or any obligations already incurred, or the levy- 
ing of any tax for the discharge of such expenditures or 
obligations ; and every act, proceeding, or resolution of 
any Board of Supervisors, or of the Common Council of 
any city, or of any board of town officers, or of any 
officer of any county, city, or town, in contravention of 
the provisions of this act, shall be void. 

SEC. 5. The bounties provided in this act shall only be 
paid to the volunteers in person, or in such manner and 
at such time or times as shall be directed by the Gov- 
ernor, as Commander-in-Chief, in general orders. Any 
agreement by any volunteer or substitute made with any 



Doc. No. 12. 332 

broker, or any middleman, or any agent acting between 
such, volunteer or substitute and the authorities for the 
payment of such bounty or bounties, or of any part 
thereof, to any other person, whether executed or not, is 
hereby declared void ; and such volunteer or substitute, 
or his heirs or personal representative or assigns, may at 
any time within four years after the money shall be paid 
or received, recover any money paid or received in viola- 
tion of this act, with interest from the time of such pay- 
ment or receipt, from the person or persons to or for 
whom such money is paid or received. And in an action 
for the recovery of money so paid or received the de- 
fendant may be arrested, as provided in sections one hun- 
dred and seventy-nine and one hundred and eighty-one of 
the Code of Procedure; and the judgment recovered in 
any such action may be collected by execution against 
the person of the defendant, as provided in section two 
hundred and eighty-eight of the Code of Procedure. 

SEC. 0. A bounty, to t':e amount hereinbefore pro- 
vided, shall be paid to any person who has furnished or 
who shall furnish an acceptable substitute to apply on 
the quota under the call of December nineteen, eighteen 
hundred and sixty-four, which substitute shall have been 
accepted by the authorities of the United States and 
credited to the town, city or county in which said person 
shall be enrolled, and which substitute shall go to reduce 
the quota in such town, city or county, which bounty 



333 Doc. No. 12. 

shall be paid under such regulations as shall be prescribed 
by the Governor, as Commander-in-Chief, by general 
orders. But if any such person has received any sum 
from any city, county, or town, he shall receive, by virtue 
hereof, no more than enough to render the amount to be 
paid to him equal to the bounty hereby provided for. 

SEC. 7. Section twenty-two of chapter eight of the 
laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-four, entitled "An 
Act to authorize the levying of a tax upon the taxable 
property of the different counties and towns in this State, 
to repay moneys borrowed for or expended in the pay- 
ment of bounties to volunteers, or for the expenses of 
their enlistment, or for aid to their families, or to pay 
any liability incurred therefor, or that may hereafter be 
incurred therefor, and to amend section one of chapter 
live hundred and fourteen of the laws of eighteen hun- 
dred and sixty-three," is hereby amended so as to read as 
follows : 

u The Board of Supervisors of the several counties in this 
State are hereby authorized and empowered, at any meet- 
ing of the said Board duly called and convened, to adopt 
resolutions to provide for raising money upon the credit 
of their respective counties, for the use of said county, 
or upon the credit of any city or town thereof, for the 
sole use of said city or town, or to levy and impose 
a tax upon the taxable property of their respect! re coun- 



Doc, No. 12. 334 

ties for the use of said county, or upon any town or city 
thereof, for the sole use of said town or city, for the pur- 
pose of paying bounties to volunteers into the military 
or naval service of the United States, during the existence 
of the war now carried on, and for the purpose of paying 
the incidental expenses of such volunteering, and of rais- 
ing such moneys, and for the purpose of furnishing tem- 
porary relief to the families of such volunteers ; but no 
such money shall be raised upon the credit of any town, 
nor shall any tax for money to be raised upon the credit 
of any town be levied and imposed upon the taxable prop- 
erty of such town, except upon the vote of a majority of 
the electors of said town, present and voting at an annual 
town meeting, or at a meeting called for that purpose, 
in accordance with the provisions of the Revised Stat- 
utes for calling special town meetings, and special 
town meetings may be called for that purpose ; nor 
of any city, except upon a vote of a majority of all the 
members elect to the Common Council thereof, duly cer- 
tified and transmitted (except in the City and County of 
NQW York) to the Board of Supervisors of the county. 
And any and all taxes imposed by a vote of such electors 
upon the taxable property of any town, for the raising of 
money for any purposes mentioned in this section, shall 
be levied by such Board of Supervisors upon the taxable 
property of said town, and collected in the manner pro- 
vided in the eleventh section of this act, for the collection 
of taxes therein mentioned ; provided, however, that no 



335 Doc, No. 12. 

sum or bounty shall be raised, or paid, or offered, under the 
provisions of this section, to a greater amount than three 
hundred dollars ($300) for a one-year volunteer or substi- 
tute, four hundred dollars ($400) dollars for a two-years 
volunteer or substitute, and six hundred dollars ($600) 
for a three-years volunteer or substitute, and two hun- 
dred and fifty dollars ($250) for a drafted man. And the 
sums so raised and paid by the said cities, counties and 
towns to the amounts aforesaid, and no more, shall be re- 
funded or credited in the same manner as is provided in 
section two of this act. The ordinances of the Board of 
Supervisors of the County of New York, passed June 
fourteen, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, January ten, 
eighteen hundred and sixty-five, and February one, 
eighteen hundred and sixty-five, to provide for the pro- 
curement of volunteers for the armies of the United 
States, as part and parcel of the quota of the City of New 
York under the call of the President for men, are hereby 
declared to be lawful and of binding force, so far as they 
are not inconsistent with the provisions of this act. 

SEC. 8. The sum of thirty million dollars ($30,000,000), 
or so much thereof as may be necessary for the purpose, 
is hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury 
not otherwise appropriated, for the purpose of paying the 
bounties provided for by this act, 

SEC, 9, There shall be levied, imposed and assessed 



Doc. No. 12. 336 

upon the real and personal estate in the State liable to 
taxation a tax not exceeding two per centum, the avails 
of which shall be devoted to restoring to the treasury 
the moneys drawn therefrom by the appropriations pro- 
vided for in this act, 



. 10. Until the said tax shall be paid into the trea- 
sury, the Comptroller is authorized to borrow from any 
of the funds in the treasury, upon the credit of the gene- 
ral fund, and to charge to it, or in any other legal way to 
borrow such sums as may be necessary for the carrying 
out of the provisions of this act; which sums thus bor- 
rowed shall, as soon as the avails of the said tax are re- 
ceived into the treasury, be repaid by the general fund. 

SEC. 11. This act is hereby declared to be a law from 
the time of its passage ; but it shall not take effect until 
after the canvass of the votes by the Board of State Can- 
vassers after the next general election ; and if it shall then 
appear at such canvass that a majority of the votes cast 
at such election upon the question of creating a State 
debt for the purpose of raising money to pay bounties for 
the purpose of filling the quota of men called for from 
this State under the said call of December nineteen, 
eighteen hundred and sixty -four, passed February ten, 
eighteen hundred and sixty-five, has been against creating 
such debt, then the said Board of State Canvassers shall 
at once, upon completing such canvass, certify that fact 



337 Doc. No. 12. 

in writing to the Governor, and the Governor shall at 
once, upon being so certified, issue his proclamation 
declaratory thereof ; and from the day of issuing of said 
proclamation this act shall take effect. But if, in making 
such canvass, it shall appear that a majority of the votes 
cast upon the said question have been for creating the 
said debt, then the said Board of State Canvassers shall 
at once, in writing, certify that fact to the Governor ; 
and the Governor shall at once, by proclamation, make 
public such result ; and this act shall not then take effect 
until after the adjournment of the next Legislature. 

STATE OF NEW YOKK, ) 
Office of the Secretary of State, I 

1 have compared the preceding with the original law 
on file in this office, and do hereby certify that the same 
is a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole of said 
original law. 

Given under my hand tind eai of office, at the City 
of Albany, this twenty-fifth day of February, in 
the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty- 
five. 

CHAUNOEY M. DEPEW. 

Secretary of Stale. 

..'On the 25th of February, the Legislature passed the 
following law relative to interest on the New York 
County bonds : 



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CHAPTER 42. 

AN ACT 

TO PROVIDE FOR THE PAYMENT OF INTEREST ON BONDS AUTHOR- 
IZED TO BE ISSUED BY THE SUPERVISORS OF THE COUXTY OF 
NEW YORK. 

Passed February 25, 1805 ; three-tit't s is being preseut. 

The People of the State of Neiv York, represented in Senate 
and Assembly, do enact as follows : 

SECTION 1. The Supervisors of the County of New York 
are hereby authorized and directed to raise, from year to 
year, by tax upon the taxable property within said 
County, a sufficient amount to pay the interest on the 
bonds issued under and pursuant to the ordinances of 
said Supervisors, passed respectively on the fourteenth 
day of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, the tenth 
day of January, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, and the 
first day of February, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, 
and confirmed by the act entitled "An act to provide for 
filling the quota of men required from this State for the 
army and navy of the United States, and to repeal sec- 
tion twenty -two of chapter eight of the laws of eighteen 



Doc. No. 12. 



hundred and sixty-four, and to prohibit any local bounties 
to volunteers, drafted men, or substitutes, and to raise 
money by an issue of the bonds of the State, and to pro- 
vide for submitting the question thereon to the people," 
passed February ten, in the year eighteen hundred and 
sixty-five. 

SEC. 2. This act shall take eifect immediately. 

STATE OF .NEW YOKK, ) 
Office of the Secretary of State. } 

I have compared the preceding with the original law 
on file in this office, and do hereby certify that the same 
is a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole of said 
original law. 

C-riven under my hand arid seal of office, at the City 
of Albany, this twenty-sixth day of February, 
in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-five. 

CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW, 

Secretary of State > 

On the 27th. of February, the following bill, being part 
of the foregoing series of bounty enactments, was passed 
by the. Legislature ; 



Doc. No. 12. 340 

CHAPTER 56. 

AN ACT 

TO PROVIDE MEANS FOR THE PAYMENT OF BOUNTIES DIRECTED 
TO BE PAID BY THE ACT, CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE, OF THE 
LAWS OF EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE. 

Passed February 27. 1865; three-fifths being present. 

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate 
and Assembly, do enact as follows : 

SECTION 1. There shall be imposed, levied and collected 
for the fiscal year commencing on tha first day of Octo- 
ber, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, a tax of two per 
cent, upon the assessed value of the real and personal pro- 
perty in the State of New York, or so much thereof as 
may be necessary to provide for the payment of the boun- 
ties directed to be paid by the act, chapter twenty-nine, 
of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty -five, which tax 
shall be levied, collected and paid into the State treasury 
in the same manner that all other State taxes are required 
to be levied, collected and paid. 

SEC. 2. For the purpose of raising the money required 
for said bounties, without delay, the Comptroller is au- 
thorized to issue bonds in anticipation of the said tax, to 
such an amount as may be necessary, and in such sumi* 



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and forms as may be most convenient, at a rate of interest 
not exceeding seven per cent, per annum. 

SEC. 3. The sum of thirty million dollars ($30,000,000), 
or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appro- 
priated from any moneys in the treasury not other- 
wise appropriated, for the purpose of paying the aforesaid 
bounties, the principal and interest of the said bonds, and 
the necessary expenses of carrying into effect this act, 
and also the act, chapter twenty-nine, aforesaid, not in- 
cluding, however, any expenses of the military authori- 
ties. 

SEC. 4. Any moneyed institution, incorporated under 
the laws of this State, may invest the moneys held by it 
in the said bonds or in the stock of this State to any ex- 
tent which it may deem proper, without regard to the 
amount to which it may have been limited in making 
such investments by its charter. 

SEC. 5. If the aforesaid act, chapter twenty-nine, of the 
laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-five, shall be ap- 
proved by the people at the next general election, as 
therein provided, then the tax imposed by the first section 
of this act shall not be levied and collected, but the said 
bonds to be issued by the Comptroller under this act 
shall be paid from the proceeds of the stocks authorized 
by said chapter twenty-nine, or shall, at the option of 



Doc. No. 12. 342 

the State, be converted into such stocks bearing the sam<} 
rate of interest as the said bonds. 

SEC. 6. If the debt proposed by chapter twenty-nine 
of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-five shall 
be approved by the people at the next general election, 
as therein provided, the Comptroller, so soon as such ap- 
proval shall be known to his satisfaction from the official 
returns received by him or by either of the State Can- 
vassers, shall issue a circular directing the tax herein 
provided for to be omitted, and shall direct a copy of 
such circular to the Treasurer and another to the clerk 
of the Board of Supervisors of each county. 

SEC. 7. This act shall take effect immediately. 



STATE OF NEW YOJRK, 
Offi-w of the Secretary of State 



,i 



I have compared the preceding with the original law 
on file in this office, and do hereby certify that the same 
is a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole of said 
original law. 

OHAUNOEY M. DEPEW, 

Secretary of State. 

The following act, amendatory of the previous bounty 
laws of 1865, was passed by the Legislature March 29 : 



343 Doc. No. 12. 



H A P T E U 2 2 6. 

AN ACT 

TO AMEND CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE OF THE LAWS OF EIGHTEEN 
HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE ; AND TO AMEND CHAPTER FORTY- 
ONE OF THE LAWS OF EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE ; 
AND TO AMEND CHAPTER FIFTY-SIX OF THE LAWS OF EIGH- 
TEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE ; AND IN RELATION TO PRO- 
VIDING THE MEANS FOR THE PAYMENT OF BOUNTIES AND 
FOR REIMBURSING AND REFUNDING MUNICIPALITIES FOR 
BOUNTIES PAID BY THEM. 

Passed March 29, 1SG5 ; three-fifths being present. 

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate 
and Assembly, do enact, as follows : 

SECTION 1. Section six of chapter twenty-nine of the 
laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-five, passed February^ 
ten, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, is hereby amended 
so as to read as follows : 

" 6. A bounty, to the amount heretofore provided, 
shall be paid to any person, and to any drafted man, who 
has furnished or who shall furnish an acceptable substi- 
tute, or to any person who shall be drafted, to apply on 
the quota under the call of December nineteen, A. D. 
eighteen hundred and sixty-four, which substitute or 
drafted man shall have been accepted by the authorities 



Doc. No. 12. 344 

of the United States and credited to the town, city, or 
county in which said person or drafted man shall be en- 
rolled, and which substitute or drafted man shall go to 
reduce the quota in such town, city, or county ; which 
bounty shall be paid under such regulations as shall be 
prescribed by the Governor, as Commander-in-Chief, by 
general orders. But if any such person or drafted man 
has received any sum from any city, county, or town, he 
shall receive by virtue hereof no more than enough to 
make the amount to be paid to him equal to the bounty 
hereby provided for." 

SEC. 2. Section six of chapter forty-one of the laws of 
eighteen hundred and sixty-five, passed February twenty- 
four, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, is hereby amended 
so as to read as follows : 

" 6. A bounty, to the amount hereinbefore pro- 
vided, shall be paid to any person or drafted man who 
has furnished or who shall furnish an acceptable substi- 
tute, or to any person who shall be drafted, to apply on 
the quota under the call of December nineteen, A. i>. 
eighteen hundred and sixty-four, which substitute or 
drafted man shall have been accepted by the authorities 
of the United States and credited to the town, city, or 
county in which said person or drafted man shall be en- 
rolled, and which substitute or drafted man shall go to 
reduce the quota in such town, city, or county, which 



345 Doc. No. 12. 

county shall be paid under such regulations as shall be 
prescribed by the Governor, as Commander-in-Chief, by 
general orders. But if any such person or drafted man 
has received any sum from any city, county, or town, he 
shall receive, by virtue hereof, no more than enough to 
make the amount to be paid to him equal to the bounty 
hereby provided for," 

SEC. 3. Chapter fifty-six of the laws of eighteen hun- 
dred and sixty-five is hereby amended so that the several 
sections thereof, herein specified, shall read as follows : 

" L There shall be imposed, levied and collected, 
for the fiscal year commencing on the first day of Octo- 
ber, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, a tax of two per 
cent, upon the assessed value of the real and personal 
property in the State of New York, or so much thereof 
as may be necessary to provide for the payment and re- 
imbursement or refunding or crediting of the bounties 
directed to be paid, reimbursed, refunded, or credited by 
the act, chapter twenty-nine, of the laws of eighteen hun- 
dred and sixty-five, and by the act, chapter forty-one, of 
the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-five ; which tax 
shall be levied, collected and paid into the State treasury 
in the same manner that all other State taxes are required 
to be levied, collected and paid. 

" 2. For the purpose of raising the money required 



Doc. No. 12. 346 

therefor, without delay, the Comptroller is authorized 
to issue bonds in anticipation of the said tax to such 
an amount as may be necessary, and in such sums and 
forms as may be most convenient, at a rate of interest not. 
exceeding seven per cent, per annum. 

" 3. The sum of thirty million dollars ($30,000,000), 
or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appro- 
priated from any moneys in the treasury not otherwise 
appropriated, for the purpose of paying the aforesaid 
bounties, the principal and interest of the said bonds, 
and the necessary expenses of the Comptroller in carry- 
ing into effect this act, and also the act, chapter twenty- 
nine aforesaid, not including, however, any exp enses of 
the military authorities. 

"4. Any moneyed institution incorporated under the 
law.- of this State may invest the moneys held by it in 
the snr! bonds or in thc> stocks of this State, to any ex- 
tent which it may deem proper, without regard to the 
amount to which it may have been limited in making 
such investments by its charter. And the Comptroller 
may issue to cities, counties and towns, for the reimburs- 
ing or refunding to the same of the bounties paid by 
them, the reimbursing or refunding of which is authorized 
by sections two and seven of chapter twenty-nine of the 
laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-five (notwithstanding 
and without waiting the happening of the contingency in 



347 Doc. No. 12. 

said section seven contemplated), the bonds authorized by 
this act, and he may deliver the same to such official per- 
son of the said cities, counties, or towns, respectively, as 
shall be authorized to receive the same by law, or by the 
general orders of the Governor, as Commander-in-Chief, 
and in the manner and at the times in sitch law or in 
such general orders prescribed. 

' 5. If a law in pursuance of section twelve, article 
seven of the constitution of this State, for creating or 
contracting a debt for the providing of means for the 
payment of bounties, to be submitted to the people, shall 
be approved by the people at the next general election, as 
therein provided, then the tax imposed by the first section 
of this act shall not be levied and collected, but the bonds 
to be issued by the Comptroller under this act shall be 
converted into the bonds authorized by the law so submit- 
ted and approved, in the manner therein provided. And 
the provisions of this act shall apply to any moneys al- 
ready furnished to the Comptroller for the purposes afore- 
said, and to any subscriptions or agreements already made 
for the furnish I no 1 of money for such purpose. 

" 6. If the law mentioned in section five hereof 
shall be approved by the people at the next general elec- 
tion, as therein provided, the Comptroller, so soon as such 
approval shall be known to his satisfaction from the 
official returns received by him or by either of the State 



Doc. No. 12. 348 

Canvassers, shall issue a circular directing the tax herein 
provided for to be omitted, and shall direct a copy of 
such circular to the Treasurer and another to the clerk of 
the Board of Supervisors of each county.'' 

SEC. 4. So much of section three of chapter twenty- 
nine aforesaid, and of section three of chapter forty-one 
aforesaid, as reads as follows: "And there shall also be 
paid to each drafted man who shall be actually mustered 
into the military or naval service of the United States 
the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars," is hereby re- 
pealed. 

SEC. r>. This amendatory act shall take effect immedi- 
ately. 

STATE OF NEW YOKK, 
Office of the Secretary of State. 

I have compared the preceding with the original law 
on file in this office, and do hereby certify that the same 
is a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole of said 
original law. 

OHAUNCEY M. DEPEW, 

Secretary of State. 

The following act relative to reimbursing counties and 
individuals for bounties paid for men credited under the 
call of December 19, 1864, was passed April 7 : 



349 Doc. No. 12. 



CHAPTERS 5. 

AN ACT 

TO PROVIDE THE MEiNS OF FAYING BOUNTIES AUTHORIZED BY 
LAW, AND OF REIMBURSING MUNICIPALITIES FOR BOUNTIES 
PAID BY THEM IN PURSUANCE OF LAW, BY CREATING A STATE 
DEBT FOR THAT PURPOSE ; AND TO SUBMIT TO THE PEOPLE 
THE QUESTION OF CREATING SUCH DEBT, AND TO REPEAL CER- 
TAIN SECTIONS OF CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE OF THE LAWS OF 
EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE. 

Passed April 7, 18(35 ; three-lifihs being present. 

The People of the /State of New York, represented in /Senate 
and Assembly, do enact as follows : 

SECTION 1. To provide the means of paying all boun- 
ties authorized by law to be paid by this State to volun- 
teers, drafted men. or substitutes, and to provide the 
means of reimbursing cities, counties, and towns for boun- 
ties paid by .them to volunteers, drafted men, or substi- 
tutes, so far as the bounties so paid by them are author- 
ized by a law of this State, to be reimbursed or refunded 
to them, a debt of this State is hereby created and author- 
ized to be contracted, which debt shall be for the single 

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object of paying, reimbursing and refunding the. said 
bounties. 

SEC. 2. The debt hereby created and authorized to be 



Doc. No. 12. 350 

contracted shall not exceed the sum of thirty million 
dollars ($30,000,000), and there shall be imposed, levied 
and assessed upon the taxable property of this State a 
direct annual tax, to pay the interest on the said debt, 
as such interest falls due, which said direct annual' tax 
shall be sufficient to pay such interest as it falls due. 
And to create a sinking fund for the payment of said 
debt, there shall also be imposed, levied and assessed 
upon the taxable property of this State a direct annual 
tax to pay, and sufficient to pay, in the space of twelve 
years from the time of the passage of this act, the whole 
of the debt created and contracted under and by the pro- 
visions of this act. 

SEC. 3. To obtain the money necessary for the purposes 
contemplated by this act, the Comptroller is authorized to 
issue the bonds of the State in such sums each as shall seem 
meet to him, with coupons thereto attached for the pay- 
ment of the interest on such bonds, at a rate not exceeding 
seven per centum per annum, half-yearly on the first days 
of July and January in each year, until the principal 
thereof is payable, at such place in the City of New York 
as shall seem meet to him, and the whole principal shall 
be payable at such place in New York City as the Comp- 
troller shall deem meet, in twelve years from the passage 
of this act. The bonds to be issued by the Comptroller 
under the provisions of this act shall be disposed of by 
the Comptroller as follows: First He shall, as soon 



351 Doc. No. 12. 

as may be after the approval of this act by the people, 
issue at par to the holders of any of the revenue bonds of 
this State which, under the provisions of any law of this 
State, shall have been theretofore issued by him to raise 
moneys for the payment of the bounties specified in the 
first section of this act, or to reimburse or refund to 
cities, counties, or towns the bounties paid by them, as 
specified in the first section of this act, so much of the 
bonds authorized by this act as shall equal in amount the 
revenue bonds of this State which shall have heretofore 
been issued by him as aforesaid. Second He shall then, 
as to the remainder of the bonds authorized to be issued by 
this act, before disposing of them or any of them, adver- 
tise for proposals for the same, and shall open the pro- 
posals and award the same to the highest bidder, at a 
rate not less than par, which advertising and disposi- 
tion shall be according to the provisions of law now ex- 
isting. 

SEC. . This act shall be submitted to the people at the 
next general election to be held in this State. The Inspec- 
tors of Election in the different election districts in this 
State shall provide at each poll, on said election day, a 
box in the usual form, for the reception of the ballots 
herein provided ; and each and every elector of this State 
may present a ballot, which shall be a paper ticket, on 
which shall be printed or written, or partly written and 
partly printed, one of the following forms, namely ; "For 



Doc, No. 12. 352 . 

the act to create a State debt to pay bounties," or 
"Against the act to create a State debt to pay bounties." 
The said ballots shall be so folded as to conceal the con- 
tents of the ballot, and shall be indorsed, "Act in rela- 
tion to bounties," 

SEC. 5. After finally closing the polls of such election, 
Inspectors thereof shall, immediately and without ad- 
journment, proceed to count and canvass the ballots given 
in relation to the proposed act, in the same manner as 
they are by law required to canvass the ballots given for 
Governor ; and thereupon shall set down in writing, and 
in words at full length, the whole number of votes given 
u For the act to create a State debt," and the w r hole num- 
ber of votes given " Against the act to create a State 
debt," and certify and subscribe the same, and cause the 
copies thereof to be made, certified and delivered, as pre- 
scribed by law in respect to the canvass of votes given 
at an election for Governor. And all the provisions of 
law in relation to elections, other than for military and 
tow r n officers, shall apply to the submission to the people 
herein provided for. 

SEC. (3. The Secretary of State shall, with all convenient 
dispatch, after this act shall receive the approval of the 
Governor, cause the same to be struck off and printed 
upon slips, in such numbers as shall be sufficient to sup- 
ply the different officers of this State concerned in notify- 



353 Doc. No. 12. 

ing or in holding elections, or in canvassing the votes, 
and shall transmit the same to such officers. 

SEC. 7. This act shall become a law when it is rati- 
fied by the people, in pursuance of the constitution and 
the provisions thereof. 

SEC. 8. Sections eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, and 
thirteen of chapter twenty-nine of the laws of eighteen 
hundred and sixty-five are hereby repealed, 



STATE OF NEW YORK, ) 
Office of the Secretary of State. } 

I have compared the preceding with the original law 
on file in this office, and do hereby certify that the same 
is a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole of said 
original law. 

CHAUNCET M. DEPEW, 

Secretary of State. 

The following bill relative to the bounty ordinances of 
the Board of Supervisors \vas passed April 21 : 

23 



Doc. No. 12. 354 



CHAPTER 515, 

AN ACT 

TO AMEND AN ACT ENTITLED "AN ACT TO LEGALIZE CEETAIN ORDI- 
NANCES OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF 
NEW YORK, AND PROVIDE FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE BONDS 
THEREIN SPECIFIED ; ALSO, TO AUTHORIZE THE BORROWING 
OF AN ADDITIONAL AMOUNT OF MONEY FOR THE PAYMENT OF 
RIOT DAMAGES AND MILITARY BOUNTIES," PASSED FEBRUARY 
EIGHT, EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FOUR. 

Passed April 21, 1865 ; three-fifths being present. 

The people of the State of New York, represented in Senate 
and Assembly, do enact as follows: 

SECTION 1. Section five of the act entitled " An act to 
legalize certain ordinances of the Board of Supervisors 
of the County of New York, and provide for the pay- 
ment of the bonds therein specified ; also, to authorize 
the borrowing of an additional amount of money for the 
payment of riot damages and military bounties," passed 
February eight, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, is here- 
by amended by striking out the words " six per cent." 
and inserting in lieu thereof the words, " seven per cent," 



355 Doc. No. 12. 

provided nothing herein contained shall apply to any 
bonds already issued, 

SEC, 2, Tins act shall take effect immediately. 

STATE OF NEW YORK, ) 
Office of the Secretary of State, j 

1 I have compared the preceding with the original law 
on file in this office, and do hereby certify that the same 
is a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole of said 
original law. 

CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW, 

Secretary of State. 



APPENDIX C. 



The Change in Quotas Letter of President Lincoln Eeport of the 
Government Oommission on the Quota Eeport of the Ehode 
Island Oommission on the Quota The New Enrolment Law of 



The President to the Governor of Vermont. 

EXECUTIVE MANSION, ) 
Washington, February 8, 1865. j 

His Excellency, Governor SMITH. Vermont : 

Complaint is made to me by Vermont that the assign- 
ment of the quota for the draft on the pending call is 
intrinsically unjust, and also in bad faith of the Govern- 
ment's promise to fairly allow credits for men previously 
furnished. To illustrate, a supposed case is stated as fol- 
lows: 

Vermont and Kew Hampshire must, between them, 
furnish six thousand men on the pending call, and being 
equal, each must furnish as many as the other in the 
long run. But the Government finds that, on former 
calls, Vermont furnished a surplus of five hundred and 
New Hampshire a surplus of one thousand five hundred ; 
these two surpluses making two thousand, and added to 
the six thousand, making eight thousand to be furnished 
by the two States, or four thousand each, less by fair 
credits, Then subtract Vermont surplus of five hundred 
front her four thousand, leaves three thousand five hun- 
dred as her quota on the pending call, and likewise sub- 
tract Kew Hampshire surplus of one thousand five hun- 



Doc. No. 12. 360 

dred from her four thousand, leaves two thousand five hun- 
dred as her quota on the pending call. Thus, three thou- 
sand five hundred and two thousand five hundred makes 
precisely the six thousand which the supposed case requires 
from the two States ; and it is just equal for Vermont to fur^ 
nisli one thousand more now than New Hampshire, because 
New Hampshire has furnished heretofore one thousand 
more than Vermont, which equalizes the burdens of the 
two in the long run ; and this result, so far from being 
bad faith to Vermont, is indispensable to keeping good 
faith with New Hampshire. By no other result can the 
six thousand men be obtained from the two States, and 
at the same time deal justly and keep faith with both, 
and we do but confuse ourselves in questioning the pro- 
cess by which the right result is reached. The supposed 
case is perfect as an illustration. 

The pending call is not for three hundred thousand 
men subject to fair credits, but is for three hundred thou- 
sand remaining after all fair credits have been deducted ; 
and it is impossible to concede what Vermont asks, with- 
out coming out short of the three hundred thousand men, 
or making other localities pay for the partiality shown her. 

This upon the case stated. If there be different reasons 
for making an allowance to Vermont, let them be pre- 
sented and considered. 

Yours, truly, 

A. LINCOLN. 



361 Doc. No. 12. 



Report of the Committee appointed to examine 
into the January Assignment of Quotas. 

WAR DEPARTMENT, } 

ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, > 

Washington, February 17, 1865. j 

[General Order No. 22.] 

The following report of the Board appointed by the 
President of the United States to examine and correct the 
quotas of the several States and districts, under the call 
for volunteers of December 19, 1864, is published for the 
information of all concerned : 

WASHINGTON, D. 0., February 16, 1865. 

His Excellency, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 

President of the United States, 

Washington, D. C. : 

SIR 

t 

The Board convened by the following order: 

EXECUTIVE MANSION, ) 

Washington City, February 6, 1865. j 

Whereas, Complaints are made in some localities re- 
specting the assignments of quotas and credits allowed 
for the pending call of troops to fill up the armies. Now, in 
order to determine all controversies in respect thereto, and 
to avoid any delay in filling up the armies, it is ordered 



Doc. No. 12. 362 

First That the Attorney-General, Brig.-Gen. Kichard 
Delafield, and Col. C. W. Foster be and they are here- 
by constituted a board to examine into the proper quo- 
tas and credits of the respective States and districts, under 
the call of December 19, 1864, with directions that if any 
errors be found therein to make such corrections as the 
law and facts may require, and report their determination 
to the Provost-Marshal General. The determination of 
said board to be final and conclusive, and the draft to be 
made in conformity therewith. 

Second The Provost-Marshal General is ordered to 
make the draft in the respective districts as speedily as 
the same can be done after the 15th of this month. 

(Signed) ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 

-have respectfully to report as follows : 

The call for three hundred thousani (300,000) men 
made by the President December 19, 18(H, requires that 
that number shall be raised. 

But the law requires that the number of men previously 
furnished by different localities and the period of their 
service shall be considered, so as to equalize the draft. 

The number of men liable to do military duty is to be 
determined by the enrolment list, 



363 Doc. No. 12. 

The number of men which had been furnished by the 
various localities, and their periods of service, were ascer- 
tained, and previous accounts having been adjusted, the 
excesses, where they existed, were carried forward under 
the last draft. 

The amount of service furnished is determined by inul- 
tiplying the number of men raised by the number of 
years for which they enlisted. Having thus ascertained 
the number of men enrolled on the 31st of December, 
1864, the number of men furnished up to that date> the 
localities from which they came, and the period of their 
service, it is proposed to distribute the call for three hun- 
dred thousand (300,000) men among the several districts 
and parts of districts according to the number enrolled 
in each, and the number of men furnished, and the period 
of service previously rendered by each- 

The process by which this is accomplished is as follows : 
Take the whole number of years of service furnished by 
the districts of the United States from the commence- 
ment of the rebellion to the 31st of December, 1864 ; 
from that sum deduct the whole number of men fur- 
nished from all the districts of the United States up to 
that date. The remainder will be the excess of years of 
service furnished by all the districts. Multiply the call 
of December 19, 1864, by three, to have the number of 
years of service upon that call, and to this add the ex- 
cess as ascertained above* Then, as the number of men 



Doc. No. 12. 364 

enrolled from the whole United States up to the 31st of 
December, 1864, is to the period of service, as above 
ascertained, so is the number of men enrolled in a given 
district to the number of years of service it is required to 
furnish, including its pro rata share of the excess. From 
this deduct the actual excess the district has furnished ; 
the remainder is the number of years of service which the 
district is required to furnish under the call of December 
19, 1864, which, divided by three, gives the number of 
men required from the district. 

As this call is for three hundred thousand (300,000) 
men, that number cannot be reduced by men going in 
for a period longer than one year. Inequalities pro- 
duced by men going in under this call for longer periods 
than one year must be equalized on future calls. 

It will be perceived that, though the aggregate of the 
excess furnished is added to the whole call, the excess of 
each district is afterwards subtracted from its quota. Thus 
the number of men called for is neither increased nor 
diminished, but equally produced, considering the num- 
ber of men and the period of their service. Localities 
which have heretofore furnished a greater amount of 
service have, in proportion to their enrolment, a less 
amount to furnish under this, and e converse*. 

Men having heretofore enlisted for one, two, and three 
years, it is necessary to take one of those periods as the 



365 Doc. No. 12. 

basis of the calculation. As three years embraces both 
the other periods, it makes the calculation more simple to 
adopt that. The same result would be arrived at by 
adopting either one or two years as the basis ; but the 
process of calculation would be more complicated. 

Such We find the rule adopted by the Provost-Marshal 
General. The rule is in conformity with the require- 
ments of the law of Congress, and is just and equitable. 

We have carefully examined and proved the work done 
under this rule by the Provost-Marshal General, and find 
that it has been done with fairness. 

We file in the Provost-Marshal General's office our cal- 
culations of quota of each and every district indorsed by 

us as correct. 

JAMES SPEED, 

Attorney General of the United States. 

RICHARD DELAFIELD, 

Brig.- Gen. and Chief Eng. United States. 

C. W. FOSTER, 

Colonel and Assistant Adjutant- General, 

Approved February IT, 1865, 

A. LINCOLN. 

By order of the Secretary of War, 

E, D, TOWNSEND, 

Assistant Adjutant- General, 



Doc. No. 12. 366 



Communication of the Governor of Rhode Island 
to the Legislature of that State, touching its 
Quota, 



ENT, I 
5. ) 



COMMUNICATION, 

STATE OF EHODE ISLAND, 

EXECUTIVE DEPABTMENT 
Providence, February 13, 1865 

Gentlemen of the Senate 

and House of Representatives : 

On the 6th instant, I despatched my private secretary, 
Colonel Charles E. Bailey, to Washington, for the purpose 
of bringing to the notice of the War Department the in- 
justice of the quota assigned to Rhode Island, under the 
last call of the President of the United States for three 
hundred thousand (300,000) men, issued December 19, 
1865. 

I present herewith the report of that officer, for your 
information. 

JAMES Y. SMITH. 



367 Doc, No. 12, 



REPORT. 

STATE OP RHODE ISLAND, ) 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, j- 

Providence, February 13, 1865. ) 

His Excellency, JAMES Y. SMITH, 

Governor of Rhode Island, Providence, R. I. : 

GOVERNOR 

I have the honor to report that, in accordance with 
your Excellency's instructions, I proceeded to "Washing- 
ton on the evening of the 6th instant, for the purpose of 
obtaining from the War Department a reduction of the 
quota which was assigned to the State of Rhode Island 
under the recent call of the President for three hundred 
thousand (300,000) men, issued December 19, 1864, or 
procuring an extension of the time allowed for filling the 
same. 

On my arrival at Washington, I called upon Provost- 
Marshal General Fry, accompanied by Hon. Thomas A. 
Jenckes, member of Congress from Rhode Island, who 
extended every attention and assistance in forwarding the 
wishes of your Excellency. 

I stated to General Fry the points which you directed 
me to bring to his attention, and he expressed an entire 



Doc. No. 12. 368 

willingness to have the time allowed the State to fill its 
quota extended, and requested that your Excellency 
make the application to the Secretary of War. On the 
subject of the abatement of the quota of the State, I 
was referred to Captain George E. Scott, of the Veteran 
Reserve Corps, in charge of the Enrolment Bureau, 
who afforded every facility for the examination of 
the plan upon which the quota now required from the 
State was obtained. I was informed by Captain Scott 
that the system adopted by the Provost-Marshal Gen- 
eral's Department in assigning quotas to the several 
States and districts under the recent call of the President, 
was as follows ; 

The number of men called for by the President, three 
hundred thousand (300,000), was multiplied by three, to 
reduce it to a one-year basis, giving nine hundred thou- 
sand (900,000) ; to this sum was added the total excess of 
years of service in all the States, which was stated to be 
nearly five hundred thousand (500,000), making an aggre- 
gate of one million four hundred thousand (1,400,000). 
On the basis of a call for this number of men, the quotas 
were then assigned to the different States, in proportion 
to their enrolments, giving what is termed the "gross 
quota," which is to be reduced by deducting any excess 
of years of service the State may have furnished over all 
previous calls ; and the remainder is divided by three, to 
give the actual number of men required under the call. 



369 Doc. No. 12. 

If there is no excess, the whole " gross quota" is to be 
divided by three. 

The following are the official figures of Rhode Island, 
as given me by Captain Scott : 

Enrolment, eighteen thousand four hundred and 
nineteen 18,419 

" Gross quota," eleven thousand two hundred 
and seventy-five 11,275 

Excess of years of service over all previous calls, 

six. thousand eight hundred and ninety-six 6,896 

I then stated the following facts, to sustain the claim of 
Rhode Island for abatement of quota. 

First It is a self-evident proposition, that if the total 
excess in all the States is but five hundred thousand 
(500,000), and Rhode Island's share of this excess is suffi- 
cient to meet a call for eight hundred thousand (800,000), 
which is the fact, this State should not be required to 
furnish any additional men, until the other States have 
furnished three hundred thousand (300,000), and thus 
brought themselves to an equal footing with our State. 

Second By the method adopted by the Provost-Marshal 
General in computing quotas under the present call, no 



Doc. No. 12. 370 

State or district would be out of the draft unless it had 
an excess equal to its quota on a call for one million four 
hundred thousand (1,400,000) men. 

Third A State or district which has furnished no ex- 
cess on previous calls could avoid the present draft by fur- 
nishing one-third the number of men or years of service 
required of those States or districts which have furnished 
their quotas in advance of the call. 

To substantiate these facts, I presented the following 
statement, which shows the great injustice and inequality 
in the practical working of the system pursued in assign- 
ing quotas. In this statement three districts are assumed 
to have the same enrolment, but to have furnished their 
quotas under previous calls, with a different excess in each 
case of actual men or years of service. 

The application of the system to the given districts 
was admitted at the department to be correct, and in ac- 
cordance with the plan adopted. 



Statement. 

DISTRICT "A." 

Enrolment, eighteen thousand (18,000). "Gross 

quota," ten thousand five hundred 10,500 



371 Doc. No. 12. 

This district has furnished, in excess over 
all previous calls, three thousand five hun- 
dred (3,500) three-years men, which, by for- 
mula issued January 25, is to be multiplied 
by three to give the number of years of ser- 
vice, which is ten thousand five hundred 10,500 

District "A" is therefore out of the draft, 
but has no excess after satisfying this call. 

DISTRICT "B." 

Enrolment, eighteen thousand (18,000). " Gross 

quota," ten thousand five hundred 10,500 

This district has furnished, in excess over 
all previous calls, ten thousand five hundred 

actual men to serve for one year 10,500 

District " B " is therefore out of the draft, 
but has no excess after satisfying this call. 

DISTRICT "C." 

Enrolment, eighteen thousand (18,000). ' Gross 

quota," ten thousand five hundred 10,500 

This district has furnished no excess beyond 
previous calls; this quota is, therefore, by 
the formula to be divided by three, giving 
as the actual number of men required three 

thousand five hundred 3,500 

"Which, if furnished, relieves District "C " 
also from the draft. 



Doc. No. 12, 372 

The injustice of this system is thus made apparent, as 
well as the fact that the call falls most heavily upon such 
States as have anticipated the necessities of the Govern- 
ment, and used every effort to place men in the service in 
advance of the requisitions of the President. Another 
marked peculiarity in the system is the fact, that if 
Rhode Island had furnished the one thousand four hun- 
dred and fifty-nine (1,459) men now assigned as our 
quota, the State would still be deficient nine hundred 
and seventy-three (973) men, as will be shown below. 

The quota assigned is obtained as follows ; 

11,275 gross quota. 
6,896 excess deducted. 

3 ) 4,379 quota to be divided by three. 



1,459 actual number required. 

Now, if these one thousand four hundred and fifty-nine 
(1,459) men had been furnished in advance of the call, 
the excess would be just so much larger, and the same 
operation would then be performed. 

11,275 gross quota. 
8,355 new excess deducted. 

3 ) 2,920 quota to be divided by three, 
973 actual number still required. 



373 Doc. No. 12. 

I also suggested that if the call had been considered as 
for eight hundred thousand (800,000) men, and the quotas 
assigned as on all previous calls, in proportion to the en- 
rolment, the three hundred thousand (300,000) men ac- 
tually required would be obtained, as the total excess of 
credits is but five hundred thousand (500,000) ; yet the 
burden would fall upon the deficient districts, and the 
excess of Rhode Island would be found sufficient to satisfy 
the call, as our quota would be six thousand six hundred 
and ninety-eight (6,698), while our admitted excess is six 
thousand eight hundred and ninety-six (6,896). 

The legality of making the call on this plan, and that 
it would fulfil all the requirements of the President's pro- 
clamation, was admitted at the Department ; but deeming 
the system pursued to be equally j ust and legal, it was 
adopted, though the incorrectness of such a conclusion, it 
is thought, is shown in the two statements above given, 
which were left in the department for the consideration 
of a board which I was informed had been instituted for 
the purpose of investigating the system adopted by the 
Provost-Marshal General in assigning quotas under the 
present call. The report of this board cannot, it is 
thought, sustain the decision on which Rhode Island is 
required to furnish more men on that call, and will, it is 
hoped, result in the withdrawal of the quota assigned. 

Upon other matters which you instructed me to bring 



Doc. No. 12. 374 

/ 

to the notice of the department, I respectfully report, 
upon the requisite formalities being complied with, the 
action requested by your Excellency will undoubtedly be 
promptly taken. 

With great respect, Governor, 
I have the honor to be, 

Your Excellency's obedient servant, 

(Signed) CHAELES E. BAILEY, 

Colonel and A. D. C. 



The New Enrolment Law of Congress. 

WAR DEPARTMENT, } 

PROVOST-MARSHAL GENERAL'S OFFICE, > 

Washington, D. C.. March 8, 1865. ) 

[Circular Xo. 5.] 

The following act of Congress is published for the in- 
formation and guidance of all concerned: 

AN ACT 

TO AMEND THE SEVERAL ACTS HERETOFORE PASSED TO PROVIDE 
FOR THE ENROLLING AND CALLING OUT THE NATIONAL 
FORCES, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. 

*####>##.#,*! 

" SECTION 13. And be it further enacted, That where any 
revised enrolment in any Congressional or draft district 
has been obtained or made prior to any actual drawing' 



375 Doc. No. 12. 

of names from the enrolment lists, the quota of such dis- 
trict may be adjusted and apportioned to such revised en- 
rolment, instead of being applied to or based upon the en- 
rolment as it may have stood before the revision. 

" SEC. 14. And be it further enacted, That hereafter all 
persons mustered into the military or naval service, 
whether as volunteers, substitutes, representatives, or oth- 
erwise, shall be credited to the State, and to the ward, 
township, precinct, or other enrolment subdistrict where 
such persons belong by actual residence (if such persons 
have an actual residence within the United States), and 
where such persons were or shall be enrolled (if liable to 
enrolment); and it is hereby made the duty of the Provost- 
Marshal General to make such rules and give such instruc- 
tions to the several Provost-Marshals, boards of enrol- 
ment, and mustering officers, as shall be necessary for 
the faithful enforcement of the provisions of this section, 
to the end that fair and just credit shall be given to every 
section of the country : Provided, That in any call for 
troops hereafter, no county, town, township, ward, pre- 
cinct, or election district shall have credit except for men 
actually furnished on said call, or the preceding call, by 
said county, town, township, ward, precinct, or election 
district, and mustered into the military or naval service 
on the quota thereof. 

" SEC. 15. And be it further enacted, That in computing 



Doc. No. 12. 376 

quotas hereafter, credit shall be given to ^the several 
States, districts, and subdistricts, for all men furnished 
from them, respectively, and not heretofore credited dur- 
ing the present rebellion, for any period of service of not 
less than three months, calculating the number of days 
for which such service was furnished, and reducing the 
same to years : Provided, That such credits shall not be 
applied to the call for additional troops made by the 
President on the twenty-first day of December, eighteen 
hundred and sixty-four. 

" SEC. 16. And be it further enacted, That persons who 
have been or may hereafter be drafted, under the pro- 
visions of the several acts to which this is an amendment, 
for the term of one year, and who have actually furnished 
or may actually furnish acceptable substitutes (not liable 
to draft) for the term of three years, shall be exempt from 
military duty during the time for which such substitutes 
shall not be liable to draft, not exceeding the time for 
which such substitutes shall have been mustered into the 
service, anything in the act of February twenty-four, 
eighteen hundred and sixty-four, to the contrary notwith- 
standing. 

"SEC. 17. And be it further enacted, That any recruiting 
agent, substitute broker, or other person who, for pay or 
profit, shall enlist or cause to be enlisted as a volunteer 
or substitute any insane person or convict, or person 



377 Doc. No. 12. 

under indictment for a felony, or who is held to bail to 
answer for a felony, or person in a condition of intoxi- 
cation, or a deserter from the military or naval service, or 
any minor between the ages of sixteen and eighteen 
years, without the consent of his parents or guardian, or 
any minor under the age of sixteen years, knowing hirn^ 
in either case before mentioned, to be such, or who shall 
defraud or illegally deprive any volunteer or substitute of 
any portion of the State, local, or United States bounty 
to which he may be entitled, shall, upon conviction in 
any court of competent jurisdiction, be fined not ex- 
ceeding one thousand, dollars, nor less than two hundred 
dollars, or imprisoned not exceeding two years and not 
less than three months, or both, in the discretion of the 
court aforesaid. 

"Sue. 18. And be it further enacted, That any officer 
who shall muster into the military or naval service of the 
United States any deserter from said service, or insane 
person, or person in a condition of intoxication, or any 
minor between the ages of sixteen and eighteen years, 
without the consent of his parents or guardian, or any mi- 
nor under the age of sixteen years, knowing him to be 
such, shall, upon conviction by any court-martial, be dis- 
honorably dismissed the service of the United States. 

" SEC. 19. And be it further enacted^ That in every case 
where a substitute is furnished to take the place of an en- 



Doc. No. 12. 378 

rolled or drafted man, and it is shown by evidence that 
shall be satisfactory to the Secretary of War that such 
substitute was, at the time of his enlistment, known by the 
party furnishing him to be non-compos mentis, or in a con- 
dition of intoxication, or under conviction or indictment 
for any offense of the grade of felony at the common law , 
or to have been guilty of a previous act of desertion un- 
satisfied by pardon or punishment, or by reason of any 
existing infirmity or ailment, physically incapable of per- 
forming the ordinary duties of a soldier in actual service 
in the ranks, or minor between the ages of sixteen and 
eighteen years, without the consent of his parent or guar- 
dian, or a minor under the age of sixteen years, it shall be 
the duty of the Provost-Marshal General, on advice of 
the fact, to report the same to the Provost-Marshal of the 
proper district ; and if such person so enlisted and inca- 
pable shall have been, since the passage of this act, mus- 
tered into the service as a substitute for a person liable to 
draft, and not actually drafted, the name of the person so 
liable who furnished such substitute shall be again placed 
on the list, and he shall be subject to draft thereafter as 
though no such substitute had been furnished by him; 
and if such substitute so enlisted, and incapable as afore- 
said, shall have been, since the passage of this act, mus- 
tered into the service as a substitute for a person actually 
drafted, then it shall be the duty of the Provost-Marshal 
General to direct the Provost-Marshal of the district im- 
mediately to notify the person who furnished such substi- 



379 Doc. No. 12. 

tute that he is held to service in the place of such substi- 
tute, and he shall stand in the same relation and be 
subject to the same liability as before the furnishing of 
such substitute. 

" SEC. 20. And be it further enacted, That in case any 
substitute shall desert from the army, and it shall appear, 
by evidence satisfactory to the Secretary of War, that 
the party furnishing such substitute shall have, in any 
way, directly or indirectly, aided or abetted such deser- 
tion, or to have been privy to any intention on the part 
of such substitute to desert, then such person shall be 
immediately placed in the army, and shall serve for the 
period for which he was liable to draft, such service to 
commence at the date of the desertion of the substitute. 

" SEC. 21. And be it further enacted, That, in addition 
to the other lawful penalties of the crime of desertion 
from the military or naval service, all persons who have 
deserted the military or naval service of the United 
States, who shall not return to said service or report 
themselves to a Provost-Marshal within sixty days after 
the proclamation hereinafter mentioned, shall be deemed 
and taken to have voluntarily relinquished and forfeited 
their rights of citizenship and their rights to become citi- 
zens ; and such deserters shall be forever incapable of 
holding any 'office of trust or profit under the United 
States, or of exercising any rights of citizens thereof; and 



Doc. No. 12. 380 

all persons who shall hereafter desert the military or 
naval service, and all persons who, being duly enrolled, 
shall depart the jurisdiction of the district in which he is 
enrolled, or go beyond the limits of the United States 
with intent to avoid any draft into the military or naval 
service, duly ordered, shall be liable to the penalties of 
this section. And the President is hereby authorized 
and required forthwith on the passage of this act, to issue 
his proclamation setting forth the provisions of this sec- 
tion, in which proclamation the President is requested to 
notify all deserters returning within sixty days, as afore- 
said, that they shall be pardoned on condition of return- 
ing to their regiments and companies, or to such other 
organizations as they may be assigned to, until they shall 
have served for a period of time equal to their original 
term of enlistment. 

il SEC. 22. And be it further enacted, That the third sec- 
tion of the act entitled "An act (further) to regulate and 
provide for the enrolling and calling out the national 
forces, and for other purposes," approved July four, eigh- 
teen hundred and sixty-four, be and the same is hereby 
repealed. 

"SEC. 23. And be it further enacted, That any person or 
persons enrolled in any subdistrict may, after notice of a 
draft, and before the same shall have taken' place, cause 
to be mustered into the service of the United States such 



381 Doc. No. 12. 

number of recruits, not subject to draft, as they may 
deem expedient, which recruits shall stand to the credit 
of the persons thus causing them to be mustered in, and 
shall be taken as substitutes for such persons, or so many 
of them as may be drafted, to the extent of the number 
of such recruits, and in the order designated by the prin- 
cipals at the time such recruits are thus as aforesaid 
mustered in. 

" SEC. 24. And be itfurt/ier enacted, That section fifteen 
of the act approved February twenty-four, eighteen hun- 
dred and sixty-four, entitled " An act for enrolling and 
calling out the national forces, and for other purposes," 
be and the same is hereby amended, by inserting after 
the words " any civil magistrate " the words " or any 
person authorized by law to administer oaths." 

" SEC. 25. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary 
of War is hereby authorized to detail one or more of the 
employees of the War Department for the purpose of ad- 
ministering the oaths required by law in the settlement 
of officers' accounts for clothing, camp and garrison equip- 
age, Quartermaster's stores, and ordnance, which oaths 
shall be administered without expense to the parties 
taking them, and shall be as binding upon the persons 
taking the same, and if falsely taken shall subject them 
to the same penalties, as if the same were administered 
by a magistrate or justice of the peace. 



Doc. No. 12. 382 

" SEC. 26. And be it further enacted, That Acting As- 
sistant Surgeons, Contract Surgeons, and Surgeons and 
Commissioners on the Enrolling Boards, while in the 
military service of the United States, shall hereafter be 
exempt from all liability to be drafted under the provi- 
sions of any act for enrolling and calling out the national 
forces. 

" SEC. 27. And be it further enacted, That this act shall 
take effect from and after its passage : Provided, That 
nothing hereia contained shall operate to postpone the 
pending draft, or interfere with the quotas assigned there- 
for. 

" Approved March 3, 1865." 

[Sections from one to twelve inclusive, do not relate to 
this Bureau, and are omitted.] 

JAMES B. FRY, 

Provost-Marshal General. 



Orders of State Officers in regard to the Assumption of the Payment 
of Bounties by the State. 



Order of the State Adjutant-General. 

GENERAL HEADQUARTERS STATE OF NEW YORK, " 

ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, V 

Albany, February 28, 1865. ) 

[General Orders No. 6.] 

. ; In pursuance of the act entitled " An Act to provide 
for filling the quota of men required from this State for 
the army and navy of the United States, and to amend 
section twenty-two of chapter eight of the laws of eigh- 
teen hundred and sixty-four, and to regulate local boun- 
ties to volunteers, drafted men or substitutes," the follow- 
ing regulations for the payment of bounties to volunteers 
and drafted men credited to the quotas of this State 
under the present and all future calls are hereby estab- 
lished : 

I. To all volunteers and drafted men enlisted and 
drafted into the service within this State for the volunteer 
land forces, payment of bounties will be made : 

First On the enlistment and certificate of mustering, 
or muster and descriptive rolls, of the men, the rendez- 
vous to which they shall be sent or quartered within this 
State. 

Second Or on the power of attorney of the volunteer 
or drafted man, such power of attorney to be duly 

25 



Doc. No. 12. 386 

acknowledged before some officer authorized to take 
acknowledgments under the laws of this State, if the 
same shall be executed within the State. If executed 
out of the State, the execution shall be witnessed by a 
commissioned officer in the service of the United States, 
and shall be countersigned by the immediate command- 
ing officer of such volunteer or drafted man. 

Third All payments of bounty shall be entered or in- 
dorsed on the voucher on which it shall be paid, and 
shall be witnessed by a subscribing witness of such known 
personal identity as will be satisfactory to the officer 
making the payment. 

II. To all volunteers enlisting in the regular army, and 
in the marine and naval service, credited to and allowed 
on the quotas of this State, payments of bounties will be 
made on the reports of regular recruiting officers for the 
regular army and navy, and will be entered or indorsed 
and witnessed thereon, as provided in part one, subdivi- 
sion three. 

III. The foregoing provisions are made subject to the 
following conditions : 

First That every volunteer mustered and credited for 
three-years service, shall be paid the sum of six hundred 

dollars ($600). 

Second Every volunteer .mustered and credited for 



387 Doc. No. 12. 

two-years service, shall be paid the sum of four hundred 
dollars ($400). 

Third Every volunteer mustered and credited for 
one-year service, shall be paid the sum of three hundred 
dollars ($300). 

fourth Every drafted man credited for any term of 
service shall be paid the sum of two hundred and fifty 
dollars ($250). 

IY. To any person who shall furnish an acceptable 
substitute at any time before such person shall be drafted, 
there shall be paid, according to the provisions of said 
act: 

First On account of an acceptable substitute mustered 
and credited for three-years service, the sum of six hun- 
dred dollars ($600). 

Second On account of an acceptable substitute mus- 
tered and credited for two-years service, the sum of four 
hundred dollars ($400). 

Third On account of an acceptable substitute mus- 
tered and credited for one-year service, the sum of three 
hundred dollars ($300). 

Fourth To any person who shall be drafted, whether 
he subsequently furnish a substitute or not, he shall be 
paid only as a drafted man, the sum of two hundred and 
fifty dollars ($250). 



Doc. No. 12. 388 

V. The Paymaster-General is charged with the execu- 
tion of this order, and to make immediate necessary ar- 
rangements for paying bounties, at the following rendez- 
vous : Hart's Island (New York City) ; Albany Barracks, 
Elmira, and Auburn. Supplemental orders will imme- 
diately be issued to provide for reimbursement of cities, 
towns, and counties who shall, under the provisions of 
law, be so entitled ; as also for payment of bounties for 
enlistments in insurrectionary States. 

By order of the Coramander-in-Chief. 

(Signed) WM. IKVINE, 

Adjutant- General. 



Circulars of the Paymaster-General. 



STATE OP NEW YORK, 
PAYMASTER-GENERAL'S OFFICE 
Albany, March 1, 1865 

[Circular No. 1.] 



CE,V 



In accordance with General Orders No. 6, Adjutant- 
General's office, State of New York, dated February 28, 
1865, reference to which is hereby made, the bounties pro- 
vided by chapter 29, Laws of 1865, will be paid to volun- 
teers for the army and navy, persons furnishing acceptable 



389 Doc. No. 12. 

substitutes, and to drafted men, subject to the following 
rules and regulations : 

First Paymasters will be stationed at tne following 
places for the payment of such bounties : New York City, 
Albany, Elmira, and Auburn, and who wlil forthwith enter 
upon the discharge of such duty, and to whom reference 
should be made for the payment of all bounties under the 
above mentioned act, from this date. 

Second Proper blanks and forms will be issued to and 
furnished by the Provost-Marshals of the several districts, 
and payments will be made only upon such forms as may 
be approved by this department. 

Third No bounty will be paid to any broker, middle- 
man or agent, but only to the volunteer, principal, or draft- 
ed man in person, or by draft payable to his order, or to 
his attorney duly empowered, as provided by subdivision 
2, section 1, of G. O. No. 6, or to parties duly authorized 
to receive the same in reimbursement of bounties here- 
tofore legally paid under the aforesaid act, and as here- 
inafter provided. 

Fourth No bounties under the act will be paid in any 
case except upon the certificate of a Provost-Marshal, or 
other duly authorized mustering officer of the United 
States, that the party or parties have been actually muster- 
ed into the service of the United States, to apply upon the 



Doc. No. 12. 390 

quota of this State under the call of December 19, 1864, 
and in the case of persons mustered into the service of the 
United States prior to the payment of bounties under the 
said act, a further certificate from such Provost-Marshal 
or mustering officer, that no bounty has been paid or cer- 
tificate for bounty issued to or on behalf 'of such person 
or persons so mustered. 

Fifth In the case of an accepted substitute,^the* prin- 
cipal must furnish, in addition to the certified muster and 
descriptive roll, under the regulations above set forth, 
a further certificate by the Provost-Marshal that such 
substitute has been accepted on behalf of such prin- 
cipal under the provisions of the several acts of Con- 
gress. 

Sixth For reimbursement of any town, city, or county 
for bounties paid in accordance with the call of De- 
cember 19, 1864, and prior to the operation of chapter 
29, Laws of 1865, there will be required by the Pay- 
master-General muster and descriptive lists of recruits, 
for the payment of whom reimbursement may be demand- 
ed by such town, city, or county, with the certificate of 
the Provost-Marshal of the district that such recruits 
were credited to such town, city, or county on the call 
of December 19, 1864, and a further statement by the 
treasurer or other accredited agent making such pay- 
ments, giving the names of the several recruits and 
the amount of bounty paid to each, such certificate 



391 Doc. No. 12. 

to be duly verified and authenticated ; and in the case 
of reimbursement of any locality for excess of men or 
of years of service, as provided in section 2 of chap- 
ter 29, aforesaid, the same evidence will be required 
as in the case of reimbursement for bounties to recruits 
under the^ call of December 19, 1864, with the fur 
ther certificate of the Provost-Marshal that such excess 
has been credited upon such call to the locality re- 
questing reimbursement ; and reimbursement for such 
excess of men or years of service will be adjusted only 
upon evidence certified by the Provost-Marshal's depart- 
ment. 

Seventh It is also provided, that for any reimburse- 
ment made to any town, city or county, it shall be optional 
with them whether they receive the amount in money 
or in the bonds of the State for one year, subject to the 
ratification by the people at the next general election ; 
and when so ratified, exchangeable for the bonds of the 
State, as provided in the act aforesaid, running six, 
twelve, and eighteen years ; or in case of a non-compliance 
by the people, to be redeemed out of the funds raised by 
tax, as provided in a supplementary bill to this act. 

Eighth Kecruits enlisting in the regular army and the 
navy or marine service, and credited to this State on the 
call of December 19, 1864, will be paid the bounties pro- 
vided by chapter 29, aforesaid, upon muster and descrip- 
tive rolls and certificates of the regular mustering officers 



Doc. No. 11 392 

of the several arms of the service, as herein provided, to 
be furnished by Provost-Marshals in case of enlistments 
in the volunteer service. 

Ninth Hand-money or incidental expenses will not be 
paid or reimbursed by the State. 

Tenth Attention is called to section 4, chapter 29, 
Laws of 1865, relative to the further payment of boun- 
ties by cities, towns, and counties. 

(Signed) SELDEN E. MARVIN, 

Paymaster- General. 



STATE OF NEW YORK, } 

P A YMASTEE- GENERAL'S OFFICE, > 

Albany, March 30, 1865. ) 

[Circular No. 2.] 

The following additional regulations in regard to the 
bounties provided by chapter 29, Laws 1865, and the acts 
supplementary thereto, are hereby established. 

Reference is made to the blank forms herein published. 

I. DRAFTED MEN. 

1. Drafted Men mustered into the Service, and. not furnish- 
ing Substitutes. 

To every drafted man will be paid the sum of three 
hundred dollars ($300), upon the regular muster and de- 



Doc. No. 12. 

scriptive rolls furnished by the Provost-Marshal of the 
district in which he was drafted, and upon his arrival at 
the general rendezvous. 

2. Drafted Men furnishing Substitutes. 

To every drafted man furnishing a substitute on the 
call of December 19, 1864, the following bounties will be 
paid, in pursuance of chapter 29, Laws 1865, and the sup- 
plementary acts. 

Substitute mustered and credited for three years . . $600 

" " two years 400 

" " one year 300 

The same evidence will be required as provided in para- 
graph 2, section 2, for reimbursement to towns, cities, and 
counties, and in section 3 for reimbursement to individuals. 

II. REIMBURSEMENT OF TOWNS, CITIES, AND COUNTIES. 

1. To obtain reimbursement under the act for boun- 
ties paid by towns, cities, and counties, the following 
evidence will be required. Muster and descriptive rolls 
(see Form "A"), affidavit of disbursing agents and certi- 
ficate of authority (see Form "B "), and roll of recruits 
and substitutes, with receipt attached (see Form "C "). 

2. Principals furnishing Substitutes, and reimbursed by 
Towns, Cities, and Counties-. 

The same evidence required as in case of recruits, andj 



Doc. No. 12. 394 

in addition, the receipts of the principals for the bounty 
refunded them for which claim is made. 

3. Recruits enlisted into Regular Army, Naval and Marine 

Service. 

Muster and descriptive roll (Form "A"), affidavit of 
disbursing agents and certificates of authority (Form "B"). 
and roll of recruits and substitutes, with receipt attached 
(Form C"). 

4. Excess over former Calls. 

When reimbursement is claimed for bounties paid to 
recruits enlisted prior to December 19, 1864, under the 
call of July 18, 1864, and which enlistments shall, by 
excess of men or years of service, be credited in whole 
or part upon the quota of any locality under the call of 
December 19, 1864, as provided by section 2, chapter 29, 
Laws of 1865, there will be required muster and descrip- 
tive rolls (Form "A" ), affidavit of disbursing agent and 
certificate of authority (Form "B") tho said affidavit 
being amended by interpolation between the words " re- 
spective names as bounties," and " for which sums," of 
the following sentence : " Under the provisions of chapter 
8, Laws of 1864," and supplemental roll (Form "E"). 
Claims for such excess in years of service will be adjusted 
upon the basis of three-years service. 

In case the muster and descriptive roll cannot be ob- 
tained, there will be required the certificate of the Pro- 



395 Doc. No. 12. 

vost-Marshal of the District, approved by the Acting 
Assistant Provost-Marshal General of the Division, giv- 
ing the number of credits for excess of years allowed 
said town, city, or county on the quota, section 19, 1864 : 
but it is necessary that the muster and descriptive roll be 
procured, if possible. 

5. Recruits enlisted by Agents outside of the State. 

The same evidence required as recruits enlisted within 
the State. 

III. REIMBURSEMENT OF INDIVIDUALS. 

1. Principals furnishing Substitutes and not reimbursed in 

any part by any Toiun, City, or County. 

Muster and descriptive roll (Form "A"), certificate of 
mustering officer, affidavit of principal, certificate of local 
authorities and receipt of principal (Form " D "). 

2. Principals furnishing Substitutes and partially reim- 

bursed by any Town, City, or County. 

Same form as in case no portion has been reimbursed 
with the amendment of the affidavit of the principal, and 
certificate of the local authorities, to accord with the 
facts of such partial reimbursement and the total amount 
thereof. 



Doc. No. 12. 396 

3. Principals furnishing Substitutes under call of July 18, 
1864, and credited in whole or part on call of Decem- 
ber 19, 1864. 

There will be required the same evidence as above, 
with the further supplemental roll (Form "E"). 

4. Recruiting Agents of the State at large. 

Muster and descriptive roll (Form "A"), affidavit of re- 
cruiting agent, affidavit of disbursing agent, and receipt 
of recruiting agent (Form "F"). 

5. Persons enlisting beyond the borders of this State. 

Muster and descriptive roll (Form "A") to be transmitted 
through the commanding officer of the regiment, battal- 
ion or battery, with his certificate that the recruit is pres- 
ent with his command; and, in addition, evidence from 
the Provost-Marshal's department that such recruit has 
been credited to the State of New York on the quota 
under the call of December 19, 1864. 

IV". GENERAL REGULATIONS, 

1. In all cases where papers submitted in support of 
claims for reimbursement shall not be deemed satisfactory 
to this department, such additional evidence will be re- 



397 Doc. No. 12. 

quired as may be necessary to fully establish such claims 
in accordance with the provisions of chapter 29, Laws of 
1865, and acts supplementary thereto. 

2. Attention is specially called to section 2, chapter 29, 
aforesaid, whereby it is provided that such'reimbursement 
of bounties to cities, counties, or towns, shall be made in 
money or in bonds ; " or in case the said moneys and the 
said bonds shall be insufficient for the purposes of this act, 
by the Comptroller giving credit therefor to the several 
cities, counties, or towns by which the said bounties have 
been raised and paid." 

3. Hand-money or incidental expenses will not be re- 
funded by the State. 

4. The consideration of claims for bounties paid recruits 
in excess of quotas under call of December 19, 1864, 
will be deferred until all claims under that call have been 
adjusted. 

5. All claims for reimbursement for bounties will be 
finally adjusted by the Paymaster-General, at Albany, to 
whom parties may make application by person or by let- 
ter. For the convenience of localities, persons Mail be 
stationed at New York City, Elmira, Syracuse, and Buffa- 
lo, with whom claims may be filed for preliminary exami- 
nation, and to whom personal reference may be made for 
information, and for such blanks, &c., as may be prepared 



Doc. No. 12. 398 

by this department. As soon as the State is prepared to 
make reimbursements for bounties, due notice will be 
given, and parties will be stationed at the points above 
mentioned. 

6. No reimbursement will be made to any town, city, 
or county, except through the authorized and accredited 
agents of said town, city, and county, and by persons 
specially appointed by this department. The transfer and 
sale of claims to other parties will not be recognized. 

7. The bonds of the State authorized to be issued under 
this law by the Comptroller, for the reimbursing of towns, 
cities, and counties for bounties paid by them to volun- 
teers, drafted men, and substitutes, are by a supplementary 
act permitted to be issued direct to said town, city, or 
county, through the official representatives authorized by 
law to receive the same ; and will so be issued upon the 
application of the official representative of said town, 
city, or county wishing the same for reimbursement, 
upon the proper proofs being furnished as contained in 
this circular. 

8. Blanks are now ready, and will be furnished from 
this office on personal application, by letter, or from the 
depots hereinbefore mentioned. 

(Signed) S. E. MARVIN", 

Paymaster- General. 



399 Doc. No. 12. 


Forms /o>\ obtaining reimbursements for bounties paid 

under chapter 29, Laws of 1865, and acts supplemental 
thereto. 

X. B. All affidavits should have attached thereto the 
usual certificate of County Clerk, that the officer before 
whom such affidavits were executed was at the time duly 
authorized, under the laws of this State, to administer 
oaths. 

A statement of the quota of the town and city, as fixed 
by the Provost-Marshal's Department, will accompany 
every application for reimbursement. 



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FORM " B/ 



STATE OF NEW YORK, ^ ss 



County of 



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On this day of A. D. 

one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five, before the un- 
dersigned, a duly authorized 
by law to administer oaths within and for the County 
aforesaid, personally appeared 

who, being duly and severally sworn, depose and say : That 
they are the representatives and accredited agents of the 

County of 

State of New York, and 

have had sole charge of the payment of local bounties for 
said on the call of December 19, 1864 ; 

that the persons named in the annexed list were enlisted 
and credited to the said and they have 

paid to such recruits and substitutes* personally and 
severally 

the sums set opposite their respective names, as bounty ; 
for which sums they do now claim, on behalf of the said 
reimbursement from the State of New York, 
under the provisions of chapter 29, Laws of 1865. 

Subscribed and sworn before me, 
. this day of 1865. 



: u. S. : 
: Revenue: 
: stamp, : 
: 5 cents. : 



* To be changed if necessary to conform to mode of payment. 
20 



Doc. No. 12. 



402 



Also personally appeared who, 

being duly sworn, deposes and says : That he is the (Clerk 
of Board of Supervisors, or Town Clerk, &c.,) of the 

County of and that the annexed 

is a true copy of the (ordinance or resolution) passed at a 
meeting of the (Board of Supervisors or qualified electors 
of the town). [Here give copy of ordinance or resolu- 
tion appointing and authorizing the above sworn parties 
to pay bounties in behalf of the County, Town, or City.] 

Subscribed and sworn before me, 
this day of 1865. 



U. s. : 
Revenue: 
stamp, : 
5 c, nts. : 



FORM "C." 

ROLL OF RECRUITS AJSTD SUBSTITUTES mustered into the 
service of the United States, under the call of De- 
cember 19, 1864, by 

and credited to the State 

of New York, and to whom bounty has been paid 

ty 

on behalf of the said 



NAMES. 


PERIOD 
FOR WHICH 
ENLISTED. 


AMOUNT OF BOUNTY 
PAID. 


REMARKS, 
[la case of Substi- 
tutes, enter under 
this head name of 
principal.] 











403 Doc. No. 12. 

Received, 1865, 

of S. E. Marvin, Paymaster-General, S. N. Y., 

dollars, 

being in full for bounties to the above named recruits 
credited to the State of New York on the call of Decem- 
ber 19, 1864, as provided in chapter 29, Laws of 1865. 



: u. s. : 
: Revenue : 
: stamp, : 
: 2 cents. : 



FOEM "D." 



I hereby certify that has been 

accepted by me into the service of the United States for 

years, to the credit of 

County of on the quota of 
said town, on the call of December 19, 1864, as a substi- 
tute for 

Provost-Marshal. 



STATE OF NEW YOKE, ) sg . 
County of f 

On this day of 1865, 

before the undersigned, a duly authorized 

by law to administer oaths within and for said County, 
personally appeared who, being 

duly sworn, deposes and says that he paid 

as consideration for his enlistment as a 



Doc. No. 12. 404 

substitute, and credit to the town of 

County of upon the quota thereof, 

under the call of December 19, 1864, the sum of 

dollars, and that* [I have not received from any 
town, city, or county, or from any person or persons act- 
ing in behalf thereof, any sum whatever as reimburse' 
ment for the amount by me paid to the said ] 

Subscribed and sworn to before me, {_ 
this day of 1865. 



: U. S. : 
: Revenue: 
: stamp, : 
: 2 cents. : 



hereby certify that have not paid to 
on behalf of the town County of 

any sum or sums as reimbursement for amount paid by 
him to his legally accepted substitute into the 

service of the United States. 

Keceived, 1865, of Selden E. Marvin, Pay- 

master-General, dollars, in full of all claims 

against the State of New York, under chapter 29, Laws 
of 1865, for reimbursement of amount paid by me to 
my legal substitute in the service of the 
United States. 



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* In case the principal has received partial reimbursement by any town, 
city, or county, the affidavit will set forth the actual amount so paid and by 
whom, and the same will be certified by the agent or agents. 

N. B. In case of substitute in naval service, the certificate of mustering 
officer must be countersigned by commandant of receiving-vessel, or his 
receipt for such substitute attache^ 



405 



Doc. No. 12. 



FORM "E." 

ROLL SUPPLEMENTAL to Muster and Descriptive Roll of 
recruits mustered into the service of the United 
States prior to the call of the President dated De- 
cember 19, 1864, and credited for certain terms of 
service under said call of December 19, 1864, to the 
Town of 

County of 
as an excess of quotas under former calls. 







TERM FOR 


TERM FOR 








WHICH CRED- 


WHICH CRED- 








ITED ON CALL 


ITED ON CALL 








OF JULY 18, 


OF DEC. 19, 




No. 


NAMES. 


1864. 


1864. 


REMARKS, 






Years. 


Years. 













I hereby certify that the above roll is correct, and that 
I have credited to the 

County of on 

the call of the President dated December 19, 1864, the 



Doc. No. 12. 406 

terms of service set opposite the respective names of the 
above recruits as being in excess of the call of July 18, 
1864, and that such credits in excess have been confirmed 
by A. A. 

Provost-Marshal General 

Division S. K Y. 

Provost-Marshat . 



FORM "F." 

STATE OF NEW YORK, ) 
County of f Si 

On this . . day of A. D. 

one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five, before the un- 
dersigned, a duly authorized 
by law to administer oaths within and for the County 
aforesaid personally appeared 

who, being duly sworn, deposes and says he 
is a recruiting agent for the State of ]S"ew York, having 
been duly appointed by the Governor thereof, copy of 
whose authorization is herewith attached; that he recruited 
for, and the State of New York has been credited with, 
the following persons on the annexed list, to whom he 
paid the sums set opposite their respective names, as 
bounties for said recruits ; that said recruits were credited 
to the State of Kew York, on the call 

of December 19, 1864, and that he has never received 



407 Doc. No. 12. 

from any town, city, or county, any reimbursement for 
said recruits. 

Subscribed and sworn to before me, ) 
this day of 1865. } 



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: 5 cents. : 



STATE OF NEW YORK, 
County of ] s ' 

On this day ot A. D. 

one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five, before the un- 
dersigned, a duly authorized by 
law to administer oaths within and for the County afore- 
said, personally appeared 

who, being severally duly sworn, depose and 
say, they are the representatives and accredited agents of 
the of County 

of State of New York, and have had 

charge of the payment of local bounties for said 

on the call of December 19, 1864; that 
they have not paid any bounties to the following persons 
on the annexed list, recruited by a 

recruiting agent for the State at large, and which person 
or persons have been duly accepted and credited to the 
of which men represent, as 

a part of the quota of said on the 

call of December 19, 1864 ; and that said 

agent and recruiting officer is entitled to receive 



Doc. No. 12. 408 

the fall sum of bounties that he has paid, not to exceed 
the sum as provided by chapter 29, Laws of 1865, from 
the State of New York. 

Subscribed and sworn to before me, ) 
this day of 1865. J 




POEM G." 

Know all men by these presents, that I 

have made, constituted and appointed, 
and by these presents do make, constitute and appoint 

my true and lawful attorney, 

for me and in my name, place and stead, to collect and 
receive from the Paymaster-General of the State of New 
York the amount of bounty, under the provisions of 
chapter 29, Laws of 1865, to which I may be entitled by 
virtue of my enlistment and muster into the service of 
the United States for years on the day 

of 186 , by mustering 

officer at Under the call of the President 

dated December 19, 1864, and credited upon the quota 
of County of State of 

New York, giving and granting unto my said attorney 
full power and authority to do and perform all and every 
act and thing whatsoever requisite and necessary to be 
done in and about the premises, as fully to all intents 



409 Doc. No. 12. 

and purposes as I might or could do if personally pre- 
sent, with full power of revocation, hereby ratifying and 
confirming all that my said attorney shall lawfully do or 
cause to be done by virtue hereof. 

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand 
and seal, the day of 

in] the year one thousand eight hundred and 
sixty-five. 

Sealed and delivered in 
the presence of 



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' Revenue: 
: stamp, : 
:2S cents.: 



STATE OF NEW YORK, ) 
County of , j 

Be it known, that on the day of 

in the year one thousand eight hundred and 
before me personally came 

to me known to be the person 

described in, and who executed the above instrument, 
and acknowledged the above letter of attorney 'to be 
his free act and deed. 

SUPPLEMENTAL TO FOKM "A." 

For army enlistments (volunteer or regular), muster 
and descriptive rolls as furnished by the State Pay Depart- 
ment; or if the regular muster and descriptive rolls be 



Doc. No. 12. 410 

used, the following certificate must be attached, in addi- 
tion to regular certificate : 

I further certify, on honor, that the men whose names 
are borne on this roll have been mustered into the service 
of the United States for the period set opposite their re- 
spective names, to the credit of the town of 

County of 

on the quota of the State of New York, under the call of 
December 19, 1864. 



Mustering Officer. 

For enlistments into the naval and marine service, the 
above additional certificate will be attached to the regu- 
lar muster rolls, which will also be countersigned by the 
commandant of receiving vessel, or marine barracks, or 
the receipt of such commandant for the recruit or substi- 
tute attached to the roll. 



APPENDJX E. 



PAPEES EELATING- TO THE PIEST AEMY COEPS. 



Communication, &c. 

HEADQUARTERS, Fn 
Washington, D. C., December 8 



HEADQUARTERS, FIRST CORPS, [ 

, 1864. f 



SIR 

The Major -General commanding has directed me to 
send you the inclosed order and circulars, which contain 
all the information he possesses respecting the organiza- 
tion of this corps. 

I have the honor to remain, 

Respectfully your obedient servant, 

(Signed) FINLEY ANDERSON, 

A.A.0. 

To ORISON BLUNT, Esq., 

New York. 



WAR DEPARTMENT ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 
Washington, November 28, 1864. 

[General Orders No. 287.] 

Order for raising and organizing a new Volunteer Army 

Corps. 

First That an army corps, to consist of not less than 
twenty thousand (20,000) infantry, and enlisted for not 
less than one year, to be designated the First Corps, shall 



Doc. No. 12. 414 

be organized in the District of Columbia, commencing 
the organization on the 1st day of December, 1864, and 
continuing until the first day of January next. The pri- 
vates to consist only of able-bodied men who have served 
honorably not less than two years, and therefore not sub- 
ject to draft ; the officers to be commissioned from such 
as have honorably served not less than two years. 

Second Recruits .will be furnished transportation to 
Washington ; will be credited to the district in which they 
or their families are domiciled ; and will be paid a special 
bounty of three hundred dollars ($300) from the substi- 
tute fund, upon being mustered into service. Each re^ 
cruit who preserves his arms to the end of his term, may 
retain them as his own, upon being honorably discharged 
from service. 

Third Details of organization will be prescribed by 
the Adjutant-General. The heads of bureaux will de* 
tail competent officers for the prompt examination and 
organization, arming, equipping, and supplying the Corps. 

Fourth Major-General Hancock is assigned to the 
command of this Corps, headquarters at Washington. 

By order of the Secretary of War, 

E. D. TOWNSEND, 

Assistant Adjutant- Qeneral. 
(Official.) 

FINLEY ANDERSON, 

Assistant Adjutant- General, 



415 Doc. No. 12. 



WAR DEPARTMENT ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, 
Washington, December 1, 1864. 

[Circular No. 86.] 
ENLISTMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS IN THE FIRST CORPS. 



I. Persons desiring and qualified to enlist in the First 
Army Corps, General Hancock commanding, under gen- 
eral orders No. 287, current series, from this office, are 
hereby authorized to present . themselves to any United 
States District Provost-Marshal, who, if the applicant 
appears to be qualified, will furnish a free transportation 
pass to "Washington, D. C., where recruits will be duly 
enlisted and mustered into the service of the United 
States. The applicant must satisfy the Provost-Marshal 
that he is an able-bodied man, fit for military service, and 
that he has been honorably discharged after the expira- 
tion of two years service, by exhibiting his discharge, or 
in the necessary absence of that paper, by presenting such 
other evidence as the Provost-Marshal may require. 

No person will be forwarded until he has satisfied the 
Provost-Marshal that he is acting in good faith, with a 
view to enlistment. In case of doubt as to his physical fit- 
ness, he will not be forwarded until he shall have been 
certified to be fit by the surgeon of the Board of Enrol- 
ment, which certificate shall be retained by the Provost- 



Doc. No. 12, 416 

Marshal and a copy forwarded to the Adjutant-General 
by the Provost-Marshal. 

Surgeons of the Board of Enrolment shall examine any 
applicant sent to them by the Provost-Marshal, and give 
a certificate as to his fitness for military service, and any 
surgeon refusing or neglecting to make such examination 
will be dismissed. 

Provost-Marshals will be prepared to furnish qualified 
applicants promptly with information and with transpor- 
tation. 

Any person falsely representing himself as a recruit, and 
as designing to enlist in the First Army Corps, and failing 
to offer himself as such recruit, or by any means fraudu- 
lently procuring transportation, shall be deemed guilty of 
defrauding the Government, and will be punished by 
court martial or military commission. 



ENLISTMENTS, MUSTEES, AND CREDITS. 



7 O.W.hJ3Wn*7 



II. All enlistments and musters will be made at the 
rendezvous, near Washington, by the Corps Commissary 
of Musters and his assistants, specially assigned to that 
duty, and in accordance with the recruiting and muster- 
ing regulations of the army. 

Recruits will be credited to the district in which they 



417 Doc. No. 12. 

or their families are domiciled. As evidence of place of 
domicile, the affidavit of the recruit will be required. If 
it shall subsequently be ascertained that the place of 
domicile has not been correctly given, the credit will be 
taken from the place to which it was erroneously assigned 
and transferred to the proper place of domicile of the 
recruit. 

Credits will be reported as for an army corps in the 
field, and as directed in Circular No. 52, current series, 
from this office. 

ORGANIZATION. 

III. The organization of the- corps will be by succes- 
sive regiments; that is, one regiment must be fully re- 
cruited before another one is commenced. Each regi- 
ment will be recruited in like manner, by successive 
companies. 1 

The organization of regiments and companies must 
conform to .that prescribed for the infantry arm, by para- 
graph 82, Mustering Regulations. 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS APPOINTMENTS AND MUSTERS. 

IY. Applicants for appointments as officers will ad- 
dress and forward their applications, in writing, to 

27 



Doc. No. 12. 418 

the 'Adjutant General of the Army, Washington, 
D. C." 

At least two years service will be necessary, and the 
applicant must give his military history in full, embracing 
therein as follows : 

First Date of original entry into service. 

Second Regiment or organization in which services 
have been rendered. 

Third Rank at date of entry into service. 

Fourth If out of service, date and cause of discharge, 
rank at date thereof, and organization in which service 
was last rendered. 

Fifth The applicant's address must be clearly stated 
in all cases. 

Applicants must be able to pass examination before a 
board of examiners. 

Officers appointed will receive the necessary instruc- 
tions. 

The appointment will be subject to revocation in case 
the requisite number of men is not enlisted to perfect 
the organization, and will be subject to the approval 
and confirmation of the Senate. 



419 Doc. No. 12. 

Y. On application by the Governor of any State, re- 
cruiting officers will be designated for such State. 

By order of the Secretary of War, 

E. D. TOWNSEND, 

Assistant Adjutant- General. 
(Official.) 

FINLEY ANDERSON, 

Assistant Adjutant- General. 



HEADQUARTERS FIRST ARMY CORPS, ) 
Washington, D. C., December 3, 1864. [ 

[Circular No. 2.] 

In reply to the numerous letters of inquiry from per- 
sons desiring to enter the First Corps, now being raised, 
the following is communicated as embodying all the in- 
formation vet obtained. 



I. As TO ENLISTED MEN. 

first All enlistments and musters-in are to be made 
in this city. 

Second Any veteran who has served two years, has 
been honorably discharged, and is physically qualified, 
may enlist in the Corps for one, two, or three years. 

Third Those enlisting will receive from the Govern- 



Doc. No. 12. 420 

ment a bounty of three hundred dollars ($300) as soon as 
they are mustered in, and, in addition, the regular instal- 
ments from the Government, in proportion to the period of 
enlistment, as follows : One hundred dollars ($100) for one 
years service, one-third paid on enlistment ; two hundred 
dollars ($200) for two years service, one-third on enlist- 
ment ; three hundred dollars ($300) for three years ser- 
vice, one-third on enlistment. 

Fourth They will be credited to the quota of the district 
in which they or their families may be domiciled, and 
will, therefore, be entitled to local bounties. 

Fifth Free transportation will be furnished them to 
Washington by any Provost-Marshal. It is only necessary 
that the applicant should satisfy the Provost-Marshal 
that he comes under the provisions of paragraph 2, and 
that the application is made in good faith." 

Sixth On arriving in Washington and reporting at 
the Soldiers' Rest, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad depot, 
veterans will be cared for and enlisted and paid promptly. 
They will be sent to the camp of organization, at Camp 
Cliff burne, and will be formed into companies and regi- 
ments as they arrive personal preferences being re- 
garded when the good of the service will permit. 

Seventh The best arms in the possession of the Gov- 
ernment will be furnished these troops, and they will 



421 Doc. No. 12. 

be allowed to retain their arms when honorably dis- 
charged. 

II. As TO OFFICERS. 

First Persons desiring commissions must make writ- 
ten application to the Adjutant-General of the army, set- 
ting forth their post-office address, the date of original en- 
try into service, and with what rank, the organization in 
which service was rendered, the date and cause of dis- 
charge, and the rank at the time of discharge. Testi- 
monials from commanders may accompany such applica- 
tion. 

, Second Should the papers be favorably considered, the 
applicants will be severally notified, by mail or telegraph, 
when to appear before the examining board established 
by the War Department, and will receive appointments 
to such grades as the War Department may deter- 
mine. 

Third As soon as the letters of appointment are given, 
officers may be detailed to secure the enlistment of a cer- 
tain number of veterans their commissions, with rank 
and pay from date of acceptance of appointment, being 
given when the men are secured. It should be under- 
stood that the enlistments are to be consummated here, 
and an officer can do no more than to use his influence 
in persuading the men to come here and enlist. 



Doc. No. 12. 422 

Officers awaiting action on their papers can occupy 
the time in this way, and collect parties and send them 
on, securing a statement as to the number from the Pro- 
vost-Marshal. The proper credit will in all cases be 
given such officers. 

The actual and necessary expenses of such officers will 
be refunded to them. 

By order of Major-General Hancock, 

FINLEY ANDEKSON, 

Assistant Adjutant- General. 



APPENDIX F. 



STATEMENT 

Showing the Number of Deposits for Substitutes, Withdrawals of 
Deposits, and Number of Substitutes Purnished by the Commit- 
tee on Volunteering for Citizens in Anticipation of the Draft, while 
Pilling the Quota of the County of New York, under the Presi- 

L dent's Call dated December 19, 1864, for Three Hundred Thou- 
sand (300,000) Men. 



Statement. 

Deposits for Substitutes. 

For one year 84 

For two years 51 

For three years 648 



Total deposits 783 

Substitutes Paid. 

For the Army 

For one year 40 

For two years 26 

For three years 488 

Total army 554 

For the Navy 

For one year 1 

For two years 10 

For three years 62 



Total navy.., 73 



Total substitutes paid 627 

Carried forward.., . 627 783 



Doc. No. 12. 426 

Brought forward 627 783 

Withdrawals of Deposits. 

For one year . 43 

For two years 15 

For three years 98 

Total withdrawals.. 156 



Total substitutes paid and withdrawals. . 783 

Recapitulation. 

Total number of deposits .... 783 

Total number of substitutes paid 627 

Total number of deposits withdrawn 156 

Total number of substitutes paid and deposits 
withdrawn,., 783. 



S T A T E M E N T 



SHOWING THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OP THE COMMITTEE 
ON VOLUNTEERING IN CONNECTION WITH THE FURNISHING OF 
SUBSTITUTES FOR CITIZENS IN T ANTICIPATION OF THE DRAFT, 
WHILE FILLING THE QUOTA OF THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK 
UNDER THE PRESIDENT'S CALL DATED DECEMBER 19, 1864, FOR 
THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND (300,000) MEN. 



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w 

1 




g 


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02 






a 

o 

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! 


o 
< 




4- 
S 

7/* 






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a 

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o 

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t- 9 w 

w 

rd H 

'3g 

fc 2 
| 


H 
H 

o 
p 

f- 



u. 


o 
o 






S5 

o 
6 


o o o 

0--00 


PQ 


^H 

x; 

o 

1 


o 
o 




o 

5 

o 
53 

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5 


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1 


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Doc. No. 12. 



Sooooooooooooooooooooooooo 
OOOOOOOOOpO: 



oooooooo 



looppopoooppoo ooooooo 



c^ oo o oo oo 



oo 

oo 



lOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 
:OOOOOOOOOOOOOO 



00000 

o o o o o 









oo r" 

r-< (2- 

1 



Doc. No. 12. 



438 



RECAPITULA- 
TION. 


Piiuosaadaa 
limouiB 
SIOIIAV 


(M 

T 
-w 

5 


oooooooooooooooooooooo 

oooooooooooooooooooooo 
o^*oooooocs^O'Oooooooocjco-)i'co 


i c i ii i . i !-<-.oioe3;i> 


0^8 


[OHM 


o 

C<1 


oooo 


FOR THREE TEARS. 




o 
J-J 

<1 


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o o co o 





o 

3 
</} 

< 


Amount. No 


o 



o 
>o" 

CO 




o ooooooooooooooo 
> o ca > oc c^ e^ o o co to oo o co o <TJ 


6 
^5 


C<l 


FOR TWO TEARS. 


O 



*J 

^ 


. Amount. 




o 
o 
* 
W 

<? 


o 
S3 

5 

S 

*? 

6 

S5 




00 
oo~ 
e 

e^ 




o 

Tit 


! 
& 
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M 

6 

Ml 



u, 


o 
o 
* 

& 

^ 


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i ::...: 


o 
[23 






o 
o 
ei 
Hf 


Amount. 


o 

"* 
irT 
& 






< 

K 
H 

-< 
Q 


6 
S3 


C^l 

O 

43 S 

j- $ 

SB> 

3 t; 
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s 


t cscovcr- ocoi ii^co-*t-oococo-*or-aoo 

i 1 t 1 C^ C^ OJ CS CO CO i 1 1 1 i 1 i 1 r- 1 r-l (M 

>o 

>> > 


i- ------ 

i-> fe 



439 



Doc. No. 12. 



SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o 
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOO O.O OOOOOOOOOOOOO ^ 

CO 

' ~o ooooooooooooooo o o o o o o o o o~o~o o o"o~o o o o o 
oooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooo o 
r-jco^ooi i i-^t^t^i^-t--r~ 

ost^cic^coascococococoi^^i^-ocso^ioroo^i tr- tco coooOi ti>->ooi^5coco [o 

C^ r- 1 

: T~. ;^ . rg ~ 

o 

to 

o o ^o o o~; 

O O O O O c 



at 



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co 



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440 



PIT 

ION 



o o o o o o o 

O O O O O O O 
i 1 O5 CO i 1 00 CO 00 



1 i . C-l C5 CJ IM 



o o o o o 

O 00 



' o e<< i i 03 | oo 



441 



Doc. No. 12. 



Bounties Paid to Substitutes. 

FOE THE NAVY. 


RECAPITULA- 
TION. 


'(junoore 


OOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOO 

oooooooo ooooooooooo 


o 






ON9101M 




"S 




5. FOR THREE TEARS. 


o 
o 


Amount. 


o o 
o o 




x 


c 



o 

CO 


Amount. No 




;; 

00 


OO'OOCOOp p O o---. 






c 



e 


o o 
o o 

CD CO . . 


-r 

O 

G 


K 

h 

p 

H 

A 



t, 


O 




1 

~ 



g 
6 


o o o -oo 

O ; -OO ; ; ; 


O 
O 

** 








FOR ONE TEAR. 


o 

o 


No. Amount. 

i 



. . .O 

- i 1 


O 

2s 

M 


DATE. 




Carriod forward 


^.5 - >> 

CO 3 CO ~ J* 


O 2 -J- 2 



Doc. No. 12. 



442 



Ii 




ajdai 


I illlilllilllliillill 


1 


1-5 
u> . 

H X 

E 2 
5 H 


'.(UIK 

M')i 


UI\f 

IM 


T*< t iCS C*3 rHjl <M CO rH ^ r-t lO S^ 


to 
re 


w 










H 






CV, 


t- 


in 

H 
J 




o 

cs 


Amount. 


O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O C O O O 


o 


CO 


h 

H 
W 


<J 


( 6 


C^ (M d i 1 CO i 1 1 1 t 1 CM IN I Cq t- (M i 1 lO C^l i 1 i 1 tD CO 


00 


M 

a 

H 




"a 


of ::::::.-::: 


Io 
o 


O 

fe 


o 


o 
S 
-j 

o 
& 




GO 

-11 


1 
FOR TWO TEARS. 

1 i 


o 

O 


No. Amount. No. Amount. 

1 


o o o 
o o o 

CM 

* ;;;;;;;;;; ;;;;;; : ;;; 


&J 

o 
o 

V) 

to 


FOR ONE TEAR. 


o 


Vr 

W 


No. Amount. 


o 
o 
c-i 

r-t 

05 


C 

o 




ft 




^ 

bC^H ^ ^ 


D 








o 5 *- ' 

fcH 01 & 

fQ fn Zq "*" 


o 



443 



Doc. No. 12. 



Recapitulation of Bounties Paid to 
Substitutes. 



DATE. 



18G4. 
October 
November 



December 





ARMY. 


NAVY. 


TOTAL. 


No. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


31 
1 .... 
3 
4 


1 

o 

1 
2 
5 

5 
9 
6 
6 
8 
4 
12 
2 
8 
5 
3 
3 
6 
5 
7 
6 
1 
10 
14 
6 
10 
6 
10 
9 
5 
4 
5 
6 
4 
3 
7 
6 
1 
1 


$000 00 
1.200 00 
600 00 
1,200 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
5,400 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
4,800 00 
2.400 00 
6,800 00 
1.200 00 
4,800 00 
3,000 00 
1,800 00 
1,200 00 
3,200 00 
3,000 00 
4,000 00 
3,000 00 
600 00 
6,000 00 
7,400 00 
3,200 00 
5,400 00 
3,400 00 
5,000 00 
4.800 00 
3.000 00 
2,400 00 
3,000 00 
3,600 00 
2,400 00 
1,800 00 
3,600 00 
3,200 00 
600 00 
600 00 






1 

2 
1 
2 
6 
5 
9 
6 
6 
8 
4 
12 
2 
8 
5 
3 
3 
6 
5 
7 
6 
1 
10 
14 
6 
10 
6 
10 
9 
5 
4 
5 
6 
4 
3 
7 
6 
4 
1 


$600 00 
1,200 00 
600 00 
1,200 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
6,400 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
4,800 00 
2,400 00 
6,800 00 
1,200 00 
4,800 00 
3,000 00 
1,800 00 
1,200 00 
3,200 00 
3,000 00 
4,000 00 
3,000 00 
600 00 
6,000 00 
7,400 00 
3,200 00 
5,400 00 
3,400 00 
6,000 00 
4,800 00 
3,000 00 
2,400 00 
3,000 00 
3,600 00 
2,400 CO 
1,800 00 
3,600 00 
3,200 00 
2,000 00 
600 00 














5 






7... . 
9 










10 
11 










12 






14 






15 
16 
17 . 














18 . 






19 






21 ... 






22 






23 
25 
26 
28 
29 
30 
1 
2 
3 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
12 
13 
14 
16 
16..... 
17 

rward . . 














































































3 


$1,400 00 






214 


$121,400 00 


3 


$1,400 00 


217 


$122,800 00 



Doc. No. 12. 444 

RECAPITULATION OF BOUNTIES PAID TO SUBSTITUTES Continued. 



DATE. 




ARMY. 


J 


S'AVY. 




TOTAL. 




No. 


Amount.' 


No. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


Brought forward. 
1864. 
December 19 


214 
1 


$121,400 00 
400 00 


3 


$1,400 00 


217 
1 


$122,800 00 
400 00 


" 20 


1 


600 00 






1 


600 00 


" 21 


3 


1,800 00 






3 


1 800 00 


" 22 


3 


1,000 00 


3 


1,800 00 


6 


2 800 00 


' 23 


2 


1,200 00 


2 


1 200 00 


4 


2 400 00 


" 24 


3 


1,800 00 






3 


1 800 00 


" 26 






1 


600 00 


1 


600 00 


" 27.. . 


] 


600 00 


1 


600 00 


2 


1 200 00 


' 28 


3 


1,800 00 


1 


600 00 


4 


2 400 00 


29 


3 


1,800 00 


2 


1,000 00 


5 


2 800 00 


" 30 






1 


600 00 


1 


600 00 


1865. 
January 4 


6 


2.800 00 






5 


9 goo 00 


" 5 


2 


1,200 00 






2 


1 200 00 


" 6 ... 


4 


2.400 00 


1 


400 00 


5 


2 800 00 


" 7 


1 


600 00 






1 


600 00 


' 9 




1,800 00 






1 


1 800 00 


" 10 


1 


400 00 


1 


600 00 


2 


1 000 00 


" 11 .. . 


2 


1.200 00 


1 


600 00 


3 


1 800 00 


' 13. 


2 


800 00 






9 


800 00 


' 14 


5 


2,600 00 






5 


2 600 00 


17 ... 


1 


600 00 


1 


200 00 


9 


800 00 


1 18 






1 


600 00 


1 


600 00 


' 19 


1 


400 00 






1 


400 00 


23 


1 


600 00 






1 


600 00 


25 . . 


1 


600 00 






1 


600 00 


" 26 






1 


400 00 


1 


400 00 


" 27 


1 


600 00 






1 


600 00 


" 28 


1 


600 00 






1 


600 00 


30 . 


3 


1 800 00 






^ 


1 800 00 


" 31 


9 


1,200 00 






2 


1 200 00 


February 1 


9 


1,200 00 






2 


1 200 00 


" 2 


1 


600 00 






1 


600 00 


" 3 .. 


1 


600 00 






1 


600 00 


u 4 


1 


600 00 






1 


600 00 


" 7 . . 


1 


600 00 






1 


600 00 


8 
9. . 


3 
1 


1,800 00 
600 00 


1 


400 00 


4 
1 


2.200 00 
600 00 


' 10 


1 


600 00 






1 


600 00 


13 


1 


600 00 






1 


600 00 


14 . 


9 


1,200 00 






2 


1 200 00 


16 . 


7 


6,300 00 








6 300 00 


17 
18 


6 
4 


5,400 00 
3,600 00 


1 


600 00 


7 
4 


6,000 00 
3,600 00 


" 20 


7 


6,300 00 


1 


600 00 


8 


6,900 00 


Carried forward . . 


308 


$182,600 00 


23 


$12,200 OOl 


331 1 


$194,800 00 



445 Doc. No. 12. 

RECAPITULATION OF BOUNTIES PAID TO SUBSTITUTES Concluded. 



DATE. 




ARMY. 


] 


VAVY. 




rOTAL. 




No. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


Brought forward . 
1805. 
February 21 


308 
<) 


$182,000 00 
8,100 00 


23 
1 


$12,200 00 
900 00 


331 

10 


$194,800 00 
9,000 00 


" >'! 


7 


6,300 00 






7 


6,300 00 


" 21! 
' '24 
u 2f> 


9 
2 

3 


8,100 00 
1,800 00 
2,700 00 


1 

2 
3 


900 00 
1,800 00 
2,400 00 


10 
4 
6 


9,000 00 
3,600 00 
5,100 00 


27.. .. 


10 


8,500 00 


1 


900 00 


11 


9,400 00 


u 28.. ... 


7 


6,000 00 




2,700 00 


10 


8,700 00 




3 


2,700 00 






3 


2,700 00 


" 2 




2,700 00 


1 


900 00 


4 


3,600 00 


u 3 


3 


2,700 00 






3 


2 700 00 


" 7 


14 


12,100 00 






14 


12,100 00 


" 8 


7 


6,300 00 


1 


900 00 


8 


7,200 00 


9 
i 10 


(i 

7 


5,400 00 
6,300 00 


1 
2 


900 00 
1,800 00 


7 
9 


6,300 00 
8,100 00 


" 11 




5 800 00 








5,800 00 


' 13 


3 


2,200 00 






3 


2,200 00 


' 14 


20 


18,000 00 






20 


18,000 00 


15... 


6 


5,400 00 


2 


1,800 00 


8 


7,200 00 


' 16 




4,900 00 






6 


4,900 00 


" 17 


5 


3 700 00 






5 


3,700 00 


" 18 


16 


11,400 00 


1 


900 00 


17 


12,300 00 


' *>0 




5,800 00 






7 


5,800 00 


;l 21 


1 


900 00 






1 


900 00 


22 
23 


1 
3 


900 00 
2 700 00 


3 


2,400 00 


4 
3 


3,300 00 
2,700 00 


' 24 


1 


600 00 




6,300 00 


8 


6,900 00 


25 

" 27 ... 


3 
9 


2,700 00 
7,600 00 


2 
1 


1,800 00 
900 00 


5 
10 


4,500 00 
8,500 00 


" 28 


5 


4 500 00 






5 


4,500 00 


u >>f) 


1 


900 00 






1 


900 00 


30 
' 31 
April 1 

4 


7 
5 
2 
6 
1C 


6,300 00 
4,500 00: 
1,800 00 1 
5,400 00 
14 400 00 


5 
2 
1 

1 


4,500 00 
1,800 00 
900 00 
900 00 


12 
7 
3 
7 
16 


10,800 00 
6,300 00 
2,700 00 
6,300 00 
14,400 00 


5 
6 

' 7 


4 
4 
] 


3,100 00 
3.100 00 
900 00 


6 
3 


5,400 00 
2,700 00 


10 
7 
1 


8,500 00 
6,800 00 
900 00 


" 8 


2 


1,300 00 






2 


1,300 00 


10 


9 


5,100 00 






9 


5,100 00 


> ] i 


2 


800 00 






'I 


800 00 


" 12 




1 300 00 






I 


1,300 00 


" 13 


'2 


800 00 






2 


800 00 
















Total 


654 


$389,100 00 


73 


$56,000 00 


627 


$445,700 00 

















Doc. No. 12. 



446 



iPITULATION 


Whole 
amount. 


oooooooooooooooooooooooo 


O 

w 

M 

S 


ON 

"2 



< 

6 




ta 
t~ 
& 

^ 


a 

o 
g 

5 

d 
Szj 

a 


ooooooooooooooooopoooooo 


o' 

a 

V* 

-u 


5 
<! 




o" 

M 

0* 

^ 


d 
5z5 

d 

o 

5 


- -o o o o 

::::::::::::::; : : : : 


o" 

C-a 



^ 


. Amount. No. 


o -oo o 

' c*l - - - O* CS --f 






W 
H 

Q 


,-H . - 1-H 1 (M 










447 



Doc. No. 12. 



ooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooo 

l--*OOC^O'OOOOO'CC3^OCOtOO2OOtOira>O MOOmOCOOl-' I U3 CO >O 



S3 O O O O5 ' 



3OOOOOOOOOOOOO 
-5 O O iO O 'O O 10 O O >O O O O 


oooooooo ooooo 


o o o o 
o >o >o >o 




1- 


o 

iQ 
CO 




















C^l 



i I 'CM 






Doc. No. 12. 



448 



APITULATION 


Whole 
amount. 


o 
oo 


^H ~t j I - r- 1 t'- ^ ^ 1 CS l^ C5 C-l C"3 C5 ^3 
^ . - - - -~ 


O 


'OST 






M 


aioiUv 


o 

(M 


1-1 


At $100. 


Lt. : No. Amount. 




ooooooooooo 
ooooooooooo 
i~ -^> ^f i- o t- cs CM rj cs o 

>o 


d 

ra 

d 

I C-5 
iff 


3 
3 

6 
s 




6 

"3 

o 
S 

6 




>re 
t 

C-l 

o 
S 

M 




O ~. O O O O O O O O O O O O 


d 
+a 


DATE. 

No. Amount. N 


O 

!M 

< 

cS 

2 ~ 








S 


3 - - - -aa-------- ------ 



449 



Doc. No. 12. 



OOOOOOOOOOO3OOOOOOiOOO< 



I 00 00 >O * -* O i 



I O O O t- O O < 



) 00 O f-^ 1^- O C^l CO < 



OOOOOOCOOOOO: 
OOOOOO^OOOOOO-' 



SOCNOOOOOCOr OrHr^C 



o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 
oooooooooooooo 






f tt-vO7<IO:rcOCOi <( 'CO 



ooooo 

lOOOOO 
CO > 1 rt 



-Hi ICO-*'0t-OOO C^CO 



'29 



. 



Doc. No. 12. 



450 



eg 
PH 

02 > 



S % 

EH 



O> 

rH 

PH 



iPITULATION 


Whole 
amount. 


OOOOOOOO OOOOOOO"30OOOOO 


O 


"O^ 







3!Oq A \ 




o' 



s 


t. No. Amount. 


0000 
o oo o 


r- 
o 


a 

3 
O 

S 
6 


OOOOOOOO OO O 




s 










*) 








1 


rHOTN^-ir-rHrH . ^-H-rH- ........ 


o 

CO 


s 

3 
O 

S 


O O----OO 
13 CO CO-'-'COCO 


S3 









6 
a 




o 
-CM 




a 

o 
55 

S3 
H 

G 


=0 g o b S 

oo S co g 3 

rH O rH 3 S- 






9,-s - - -- - g- - - - ---jj*.- - - - -- 

Q P, fa 



451 



Doc. No. 12. 



>ooooooooooooooo 
>ooooooooooooooo 

< r ii I <M CM I I C<l 1~ C-J r I O CS r li I CO CO 



>> 

^ 

5 - 



Doc. No. 12. 



452 



Recapitulation of Premiums Paid for Substi- 
tutes. 



DATE. 




ARMY. 




NAVY. 




COTAL. 




No. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


1864. 
October .31. 


1 


$50 




1 


1 


$50 


November 1 . 


2 


100 




1 


2 


100 


3. 


1 


50 






1. 


50 


4 


2 


100 






2 


100 


5 


5 


250 






5 


250 


7 


5 


250 






5 


250 


9 


9 


450 






9 


450 


10 


6 


300 






6 


300 


11 


6 


300 






6 


300 


12. 


H 


400 






g 


400 


14 


4 


200 






4 


200 


15 


12 


570 






12 


570 


16. 


2 


100 






2 


100 


17. 


8 


400 






8 


400 


18 


5 


250 






5 


250 


19 


3 


150 






3 


150 


21. 


3 


100 






3 


100 


22. 


6 


270 






6 


270 


23 


5 


250 






5 


250 


25. 


7 


330 






7 


330 


26. 


6 


240 






6 


240 


28. 


1 


50 






1 


50 


29. 


10 


500 






10 


500 


30. 


14 


620 






14 


620 


December 1 


6 


270 






6 


270 


2 


10 


440 






10 


440 


3 


6 


280 






G 


280 


5 


10 


420 






10 


420 


6 


9 


400 






9 


400 


7. 


5 


250 






5 


250 


g 


4 


200 






4 


200 


9. 


5 


250 






5 


250 


10 


c 


300 






6 


300 


12. 


4 


200 






4 


200 


13. 


3 


150 






3 


150 


14. 


7 


290 






7 


290 


15. 


6 


260 






6 


260 


16. 


2 


100 






2 


100 
















Carried forward 


214 


$10,090 






214 


S10.090 



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RECAPITULATION OF PREMIUMS PAID FOR SUBSTITUTES Continued. 



DATE. 


ARMY. 


NAVY. 


TOTAL. 


No. Amount. 


N'o. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


Brought forw'rd 
1864. 
December 17 


214 $10,090 






214 

3 
1 
1 
3 
6 
4 
3 
1 
2 
4 
5 
1 

5 
2 
5 

1 
3 

I 

2 
5 
2 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
2 
7 
6 
5 


$10,090 

110 
30 
50 
150 
240 
200 
150 
50 
100 
200 
230 
50 

230 
100 
230 
50 
150 
80 
150 
70 
210 
70 
50 
30 
50 
50 
30 
50 
50 
150 
100 
100 
50 
50 
50 
50 
180 
50 
50 
50 
100 
700 
COO 
475 


3 


$110 


19.. 
--* 20.. 

" 21.. 
" 22.. 
23.. 
" 24.. 
" 26 


1 30 
1 50 
3 150 
3 : 90 
2 100 
3 150 










3 
2 


150 
100 


1 
1 
1 

2 

1 


50 
50 
50 
80 
50 


" 27.. 
' 28.. 
" 29... 
u 30 


1 50 
3 150 
3 150 


1865. 
January. ... 4 


5 : 230 
2 100 
4 200 
1 50 
3 150 
1 30 
2 100 
2 70 
5 210 
1 50 


5.. 
" 6.. 
' 7.. 
9.. 
10.. 
11 11.. 
13.. 
14.. 
17.. 
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1 


30 






1 

1 


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50 i 






; 


20 
50 


" 19. . 
23.. 
25.. 
" 26. 


1 i 30 
1 50 

1 : 50 


: i 






1 


30 


27.. 
28.. 
30.. 
31.. 
February . . 1 . . 
2.. 
3.. 
41 4.. 
7.. 
" 8.. 
' !).. 
10.. 
13. 
14.. 
16.. 
17.. 
18.. 

Carried forward 


1 50 
1 50 
3 150 
2 '. 100 
2 100 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
3 150 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
2 100 
7 700 
6 i 6UO 
4 400 

































i 


30 






















i 


75 


301 $15,080 


22 


$975 


323 


$16,055 



Doc. No. 12. 454 

RECAPITULATION OF PREMIUMS PAID FOR SUBSTITUTES Concluded. 







AKMY. 




S'AVY. 


1 


OTAL. 




No. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amount. 


Brought fonv'rd 
1865. 
February 20. . 
21.. 
" 22.. 


301 

7 
9 
7 


$15,080 

700 
900 
700 


22 

1 
1 


$975 

75 
100 


323 

8 
10 

7 


$16,055 

775 
1,000 
7dO 


" 23.. 
24. 
25.. 
27.. 
28.. 
March . . .1. 


9 
2 
3 
10 

7 
3 


900 
200 
300 
950 
675 
300 


1 
2 
3 
1 
3 


100 
200 
275 
100 
300 


10 
4 
6 
11 
10 
3 


1,000 
400 
575 
1,050 
975 
300 


2.. 
" 3. . 


3 
3 


300 
300 


1 


100 


4 
3 


400 
300 


;. i 


14 


1 350 






14 


1 350 


8.. 
9.. 
10.. 
" 11.. 


7 
6 

7 
7 


700 
600 
700 
650 


1 
1 
2 


100 
100 
200 


8 
7 
9 

7 


'800 
700 
900 
650 


u 13.. 


3 


250 






3 


250 


l 14.. 
' 15 


18 
8 


1,800 
800 


2 


200 


20 

8 


2,000 
800 


' 16 


6 


550 






6 


550 


' 17 


5 


425 






5 


425 


' 18 


17 


1.400 






17 


1 400 


20.. 
1 21 


6 
1 


550 
100 


1 



100 


7 
1 


650 
100 


22. . 
' 23 


1 
3 


100 
300 


3 


275 


4 
3 


375 
300 


24.. 

25.. 

27.. 
' 28 


1 
3 
9 
5 


75 
300 
850 
500 


7 
2 
1 


700 
2(JO 
100 


8 
5 
10 
5 


775 
500 
950 
500 


' 29 


1 


100 






1 


100 


30. 
' 31.. 
Apr 1 1.. 
3.. 
4. . 


7 
5 
2 
6 
16 


700 
500 
200 
600 
1,600 


5 
2 
1 
1 


500 
200 
100 
100 


12 

7 
3 
7 
16 


1.200 
700 
300 
700 
1 600 


" 5.. 

" 6.. 

" 7 


4 
4 
1 


350 
350 
100 


6 
3 


600 
300 


10 
7 
1 


950 
650 
100 


" 8 


2 


150 






2 


150 


" 10. 


9 


600 






9 


600 


" 11.. 


2 


100 






2 


100 


12.. 


2 


150 






2 


150 


'' 13 


2 


100 






2 


100 
















Total 


554 


$38,905 


73 


$6.000 


627 


$44 905 

















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Complete List of Persons who Deposited Money with the Commit- 
tee on Volunteering for the purpose of Procuring Substitutes in 
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19, 1864, for Three Hundred Thousand (300,000) Men, from the 
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April, 1865 ; showing the Registered Number, Date cf Deposit, 
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vice Deposited for, Amount leposited, lisposition of Deposit 
whether paid to Substitute or Refunded to Depositor with date 
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$450 for One Tear, 

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Atlix, Thomas F 148 



$430 for Two Years. 
Andrews, Andreas 173 

$675 for Two Tears. 

Atkinson, Richard 426 

Ackerman, Henry 606 

$650 for Three Tears. 

Atwater, W. H 16 

Atwater, J. C. 17 

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Allerton, Archibald II 140 

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Arcularius, P. E 446 

Arcularius, Jr., A. M 447 

Allen, Ethan 491 

Auchincloss. W. S 512 

Andrews, George H 648 

Ailing, Jehiel S 671 

Anthon, William H 675 

Adler, Seligman 726 

Aherns, Martin W 753 

Amerman, Richard 765 



$220 for One Tear. 

Reg. NO. 

Bishop, James A 104 

Bennett, Valentine 357 



$450 for One Tear. 

Barney, John M 634 

Bloom'fleld, John J 691 

Barrett, Patrick. , 769 

Brownson, Theodore R 777 



$430 for Two Tears. 

Bronner, Leopold 122 

Benedict, James H 132 

Bloodgood, John H 222 



$675 for Two Tears. 

Bostwick, Henry A 449 

Busick, Samuel H 689 

Bagg, Robert 729 



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Black, William H 8 

Bishop, D. W 14 

Bishop, Thomas A 15 

Baker, Edmund S 31 

Banner, Cornelius A 35 

Blatchford, Samuel A 81 

Bryson, Peter M 101 

Barbour, Thomas 112 



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Bliss. Dallett 126 

Brown, Walston H 133 

Beebe, Robert H 138 

Butterworth, John F 160 

Byers, John 214 

Benkard, John P 239 

Bradford, Jr., Nathaniel G 240 

Brand, William Edward 258 

Brown, Thomas H 291 

Bennett, Daniel. B 299 

Bechstein, Frederick 301 

Bechstein, August C 302 

Burgoyne, Theodore 305 

Brinckerhoff, William 314 

Brown, Lewis M 322 

Bostwick, Richard C 362 

Bostwick. Henry A 369 

Bussing. John S 396 

Bailey, Lewis 398 



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Bell, Christopher M 360 

Becker. Henry 378 

Boyle, Edward 382 

Bleecker. William S 383 

Baker, Thomas E 405 

Brevoort. James R 412 

Brownell, Silas B 421 

Ball, EliasM 433 

Byrne. Ezra V 436 

Bigalow, James 440 

Blewitt, Michael 474 

Beecher, John S 477 

Boardman, Daniel F 513 

Braker. George 510 

Baker, Edwin M 527 

Buckley, Franklin 537 

Bussing, Abraham 538 

Brown, Rev. Abbott 558 

Brown, Melville 559 

Baker, Jeremiah S 567 

Belcher, George A 583 

Burk, Lawrence 586 

Blauvelt, James W 597 

Bogart, Henry S 598 

Bucking. Henry 609 

Brown, James Van Buren 612 

Boyd, James M 622 

Bai-bor, Marshall 624 

Bates, Joseph F 626 

Birkbeck, George 630 

Brien, Henry 637 

Benkard, Henry R 645 

Burr, Heman 651 

Bagg, Robert 660 

Bloomticld, John J 663 



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Brown, Philip 679 

Bolte, John 714 

Braddick, Jesse A 732 

Black. William D 735 

Brandies, Rudolph 738 

Beardsley. George 740 

Bagg, Robert 739 

Bill, Richard 743 

Brower, Edwin C 751 



$220 for One] Year. 

Cooper, Peter 83 

Cooper, Peter 84 

Couillard, Israel C 123 

Cox, Kenyon 211 

Crane, Charles A 275 

Coffee, Thomas H 356 

Cooper, Edward 408 



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Cross, John ................... 519 

Campbell, Samuel ............ 719 

Collins, Jesse ................. 773 



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Charlier, Eli .................. 117 

Caldwell, Stephen ........... 170 

Coggeshall, Edwin W ......... 176 

Coggeshall, Charles T ......... 175 

Cobb, Edmund P .............. 226 



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Curtin, Daniel 723 

$650 for Three Years. 

Cooper, Edward 28 

Casswell, William H 38 

Clark, George 62 

Clark. Cyrus 67 

Cornell, Charles G 74 

Case, Alfred L 77 

Carpenter. Josiah 120 

Contoit, Charles H 213 



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Campbell. Robert R 217 

Cryder. William Wetmore 219 

Cook, George J 234 

Cook, Eilvvard M 235 

Combs, Richard C 248 

Covill, Edward S 250 

Coggeshall, Walter 256 

Cornell, John B 269 

Cornell William W 270 

Cornell, Birdcall 271 

Chittenden, Charles M 283 

Cooper, Jacob. 284 

Carter, Walter 293 

Carter, Peter 294 

Carter. Jr., Robert 295 

Corson, Cornelius 311 

Cronin, John B 317 

Corbitt, Joseph 373 



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Gary, Joseph C 339 

Cook. Michael 355 

Chikls, Henry A 380 

Churchill, Franklin H 404 

Carl, Edward M 437 

Currie, Charles. P 457 

Crocker, Charles G 463 

Clement, George A 466 

Carpenter, (Jeorge W 467 

Cock, George H 480 

Cock, Benjamin H 481 

Concklin. Thomas L 484 

Cotheal, William 495 

Craft, W. H 507 

Cooper, Washington L 515 

Cromwell, Jr.. Daniel 524 

Cheney, Alfred C 554 

Coulan, Charles E 563 

Corwin, Henry B 585 

demons, N. Huntington 592 

Chauncey, Frederick 641 

Cox, Charles 643 

Coly, Luther H 648 

Culgin, James 657 

Cahill, John 665 

Colgate, William G66 

Campbell, Samuel 692 

Cohn, Moses 700 

Cnrtin. Daniel 718 

Chandler, Seth D 737 

Clark, James B 746 

Cheney, Charles 749 

Clement. Frederick B 750 

Corbitt, Virgil P 755 



450 for One Year. 

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Davidson, Henry 697 



$130 for Two Years. 
Dunbar, James M lio 

$675 for Two Years. 

Deeves, Richard 584 

Daly, Daniel 720 

$650 for Three Years. 

Dohm, Charles F. A 32 

Davis. James Whyte 34 

Decker. William H 64 

De Forrest, W. T 89 

Douglas, David IIS 

Davis, S. C. H 171 

Delarnater, C. H 178 

Davis, Thomas J 203 

Douglass, George 223 

Dun, Robert G 224 

Dey, Jr.. Anthony 227 

De Peyster, Nicholas 225 

Downey, John 251 

Dalrymple, John 261 

Dederick, Zachariah 272 

Davispn, Edward F 303 

Del Pino, Marcos 323 

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Dorsett, Robert 238 

Delafu-ld, Lewis L 336 

Dallett, Michael F 448 

Downing, Samuel 450 

Davis, William H 451 

Drake, Simeon J 473 

Dockstader, Theodore G 516 

Duscnbury, W. F 521 

Davis, Dewitt C 540 

Dornbush, William 545 

De Luze, Charles H 560 

De Luze, Alfred F 561 

De Luze, Francis 562 

Doreinus, John C 596 

Dalley, John 625 

Downes, James E 683 

Deiderich. Robert M 687 

Donald, Henry 693 



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Dennerker. Charles W 703 

Daly, Daniel 716 

Dickinson, Edward A 724 

Darling, Charles W 731 

Donnelly. Edward C 752 

Dick. William 759 

Delafield, Jr., Edward 770 

Dbrrian, David L. G 774 



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Eichler, Ludwig Ill 

Emerson, Henry 192 

Eagelson, Alexander M 230 



$650 for TJiree Years. 

Easton, Charles 40 

Easton. Alfred H 41 

Emmett, Thomas A 69 

Easton, Charles A 114 



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Earle, John H 493 

Edwards, Robert T 652 

Earle, Mortimer L 681 



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Fitzpatrick, Edward 696 

$430 for Two Years. 

Floyd, Jr., John G. 85 

Farrell, William 11 1P4 

$650 for Three Years. 

Faber, G. W 27 

Ferris, Edwin 30 

Fanshawe, Henry A 56 

Fonlke, .lr., Pierre L 57 

Frankfield. Adolph A 105 

Fatman, Solomon J 116 

Frith, Lewis Edward 188 



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Fay, S. W 212 

Fellows, James 221 



$1,000 for Three Years. 

Francis, Charles E 350 

Furniss, Leon 384 

Fearing, Charles F 439 

Floyd, James R 490 

Fackler. David P 631 

Fink, Diederich 636 

Follansbee, George W 557 

Ferdon, Samuel B 578 

Frye, Frederick B 579 

Fox, John 656 

Farrar, George D 745 



$220 for One Year. 

Green, David C 153 

Gidney, Charles 359 

Gerauder, Ambrose 363 



$450 for One Year, 
Griswold, Charles W 779 

$650 for Three Years. 

Gebhard, W. H 9 

Gray, Bryce 44 

Giles, Frederick A 65 

Grier, George B 76 

Grinnell, George B 191 

Green, Joseph 312 

Grant, Duncan A 333 

Guental, Louis 334 

Gardner, Samuel G 353 

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Griffin. George H 343 

Griffin, Edward P 349 

Goldenberg. Levi 425 

Gray, John C 453 

Garretson, John J 523 

Greenleaf, A. Warren 644 

Green, Andrew H 650 

Graham, John S 673 

Gere, Collins 678 



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Gnyon, Emile 727 

Gould, Jr., Robert S 764 



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Holmes, Isaac H 90 

Halm, William L 119 

Haight, Daniel 152 

Hirsch, Herman... 193 

Hard, Clarence C 253 



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Hillier, John H C85 

Huff,Levi , , 734 



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Hartshorn, Edwin A 136 

Houghton, Elijah A 143 



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Havemeyer, James 5 

Havemeyer, H. C 6 

Hendricks, M 10 

Hendricks, H 18 

Havemeyer, H 21 

Harris, John E 45 

Holmes, William A 48 

Holmes, Eldad 49 

Hasbrook, Price W 63 

Hyslop, George L 68 

Hughes, Dixon G 70 

Halsted, Robert 91 

Hamersly, Louis C 93 

Hamersly, James H 94 

Hoff, William M 139 

Hall, Edward B 145 

Hosford, Henry E 154 

Humbert, Augustus 155 

Halsey, George A 177 

Hendricks, Isaac 184 

Heppenheimer, Frederick 189 

Herriot, J. Goshen, 190 

Heath, William C 200 

Herriot, Warren 205 

Hays, Jacob 206 

Hays, Alexander M. . .* 207 

Henry, Lewis B 236 

32 



Reg. No 

Hart, Augustus H 279 

Honlg, Henry 309 

Howland, Meredith 318 

Hall, Charles 340 

Herrick, Charles K 346 

Haws, George Elias 379 

Hanford, George F 394 



$1,000 for Three Years. 

Hughes, Jr., William 344 

Hamm, Frederick 366 

Hawkins, George H 375 

Havemeyer, Casper 401 

Hewitt, Abraham S 409 

Hartshorn, Richard B 414 

Hutchinson, William J 423 

Hardy, Frank 442 

Hubbs, William N 469 

Haig, James B 471 

Hawley, Hf-nry E 476 

Hardy, John A. 485 

Hoe, Arthur M 500 

Hoe, Richard M 526 

Hull, Joseph J 534 

Hand, Clifford A ... 539 

Holmes, Stephen F 542 

Hedden, _ Josiah '. 547 

Hart, James .... 570 

Haddock, John W 595 

Hardenbrook, William A 603 

Harvey, Willard 604 

Hendricks, Joshua 619 

Hendricks, Edmund 620 

Henry. Richard M 623 

Herrick, Elias J 629 

Hulse, Elbrige W 631 

Hale, Cyrus K 647 

Hotchkiss, Thomas H 654 



$650 for Three Years. 

Irwin, Jr.. Richard 330 

Irwin, Alexander P 331 



$1,000. for Three Years. 

Isaacs, William M 472 

Ives, Frederick E 479 

Isaacs, Myer S 506 

Ives, George E 661 

Ingersoll, James H 747 



Doc, No. 12. 



498 



$650 for Three Years. 

Reg. No. 

Jacquelin, John H 12 

Jones, James M 128 

Johnson, Woolsey 202 

Johnson, James G 210 

Joseph, Laurens 259 



1,000 for Three Tears. 

Jones, Jay Jarvis 347 

Johnson, "Servetus F 395 

Jones, Frederick C 429 

Judson, Charles G 458 

Johnson, Cornelius S 494 

Jarvis, Jr., Nathaniel 496 

Jersey, Jacob B , 498 

Jewett, George L 541 

Jacobi, Abraham 573 

Jones, Edward R 581 

Jenkins, Jr., William S 614 

Jenkins, A. S 615 

Jacobus, Samuel M 621 



$220 for One Year. 
Koelsch, August 364 

$450 for One Year. 
Karr, Frank D 725 

$650 for Three Years. 

Kinnior, Thaddeus C 61 

Kuh. Isaac 88 

King, Edward 115 

Kayne, Alfred 265 

Kemp, Edward 286 

Kemp, George 287 

Kingsland, Jr., Ambrose C 297 

$1,000 for Three Years. 

Knapp, Nathaniel A 341 

Kemble, Peter 358 



Reg. No. 

Kerksieg, Erich 444 

Krackowizer, E 459 

Kutter, Gustavus 564 

Kelly, Jr., Eli 568 

Kendrick, Charles H 616 

Kemeys, Edward 658 

Kayser, Henry 674 

Kernochan, James P 682 

Keary, Patrick J 728 



$450 for One Year. 
Lemaire, Isaac H 715 

$430 for Two Years. 

Lemon, Robert 254 

Lambert, William 273 

$650 for Three Years. 

Locke, W. H 3 

Lockwood, J. B 4 

Lewis, JohnF 22 

Leroy, Thomas Otis 37 

Lyon, John H 156 

Lombard, Josiah S 157 

Lippincott, Charles A 159 

Lieber, Emil F 167 

Lockwood, Le Grand 308 

Lorillard, George L 329 



$1,000 for Three Years. 

Lewis, Charles V 377 

Lawrence. Emlen X 434 

Lasak, Edgar F 461 

Lasak, George W 462 

Lyon, Robert S 464 

Lockwood, George R 483 

Landon, Thomas H 488 

Lawrence, Cyrus J 504 

Lockwood, William 532 

Luckemeyer, Edward 565 

Luhden, Jacob 566 

Levi, Joseph C 680 

Lemaire, IsaatfH 709 

Lemaire, Martin H 736 



499 



Doc. No. 12. 



M 

$220 for One Year. 
Reg 
Merrill, George 


No. 
75 
281 
337 

686 
698 
708 
763 
771 
780 
782 
783 

161 
197 

198 

668 

24 
25 
33 
39 
52 
72 
141 
140 
165 
172 
185 
196 
241 
255 
260 
298 
315 
332 


$1, 000 for Three Years. 

Re 
Murphy, Robert H. G. 


B. No. 

316 
342 

'576 


Mehrbach, Moses 


Murphy. Samuel A 


Millbank, James C 


Mead, William S 


406 
411 


Morrison, Henry , 


March, Edwin P 


$450 for One Tear. 
Moore. 'John 


Moore, W. H. H 


417 


Mohun, Philip 


445 

456 
460 
486 
499 


Martin, Runyon W 


Murray, P. C 


Moynan, George 


Merkent, Abram 


Miller, Philip S 


Moore, Henry 


McBride, Jr., William 


501 
489 
508 
509 
511 
517 


McChesney, John M 


McBrien, Charles 


Mapes, John A 


Mitchell, Edward 


Murray. John 


Mitchell, Cornelius B 


McGrath. James 


Morgan, William. 


Murphy, John J 


Muller, Wilhelm 


$430 for Two Yearn. 
Many, Edward F 


McMartin, Archibald 


. 520 


Macv, Jr., Francis H 


522 
523 
529 


Macv, Jr., Charles A 


Morris, Charles E 


Mead, Jr., Edwin 


571 


Manley, Adoniron J 


Miles, Charles E. . 


580 


Murray, Cyrus J 


McCafferty, Jeremiah 


582 


$675 for Two Years. 
Miles, Charles E 


Moore, Thomas S . . . 


589 


Millbank, James C 


635 
639 
653 
662 
669 
670 
721 
748 
760 

186 

455 

399 
. 400 


Merrall, William J 


Miller, George M 


Mitchell, Moses . . 


$650 for Three Years. 
Mitchell Jr Samuel A. ... 


McNeil, John 


McClave, John 


Mitchell, Grove P 


Mullane, John 


Monroe, Elbcrt B 


N 

$220 for One Year. 


Moller, Geor< r e H 


McLean John S 


"Marshall, Edmund C .... 


Macy, Francis C .... 


Marie, Peter 


Murphy, John J 


Marshal, Albert A 


Mullany, William 


Morrison, John G 


Miller, Jr., Daniel S 


$675 for Two Years 
Nordlingcr, Jacob D 


Mansell, Abraham 


Moday, Christian El 


Miller, Augustus F 
Miller, Charles A 


Matthcwson, Park 




Miller Alexander 


$650 for Three Years. 

Nordlinger, Jacob D 
Nordlinger, Henry... 


Mills John E 


335 
389 
367 
385 
403 


Millbank, Samuel W 


Moore, George G 


Merrall, William J 


Millbank. Albert J.., 



Doc. No. 12. 



500 



$1,000 for Three Years. 

Reg. No. 

Nielson, H. J. A 237 

Newborg, David L 420 

Newstadt, Louis VV 431 

Nordlinger, Henry 454 

Nathan, Robert W 482 

Nash, George W 543 

Ne vi tis, J ames 577 

Newcombe, H. Victor 772 



$220 for One Tear. . 
Olmstead, Frederick 278 

450 for One Year. 
Officer. John 741 

$430 for Two Years. 

O'Connor, Thomas 169 

Oelhof. Adam 31!) 

$350 for Three Years. 

Ortigies, John 130 

Osgbod, William H 183 

$1,000 for Three Years. 

Ogilvie, Clinton Oil 

Oakley, William H 695 

O'Gonnan, Richard 706 



$220 for One Year. 
Putzel, Michael 87 

$450 for One Year. 

Palmer, Chester W 712 

1'endle.ton, W. S 758 

Patterson, John M 762 



$430 for Two Years. 

'. Reg. No. 

Penfold, Jr., Edmond 102 

Polhamus, Jr., H. A 108 

$675 for Two Years. 
Pell, Walden 387 

$650 for Three Years. 

Parsons, William B 1 

Platt. Samuel R 36 

Pell. Richard vi 59 

Price, Joseph M 82 

Penfold, William H 92 

Plantun. John R 135 

Palmer. Henry 194 

Pratt. Adam 22! 

Pettigre w, Robert. H 231 

Pettigrew, James H 232 

Platt, John R 326 

Peabody, Joseph 327 



$1,000 for Three Years. 

Pancoast, George 29fi 

Pagenstetcher, R 443 

Parish, John H 525 

Perkins, H. C 533 

Paul, James 555 

Pfeifer, John Adam 605 

Peyton, George 688 

Paiil, Jr., Alexander 699 

Pettibone, Augustus 701 

Pyne, Percy R 710 

Platt, Spencer C 744 

Pentz, John II 767 



$220 for One Year. 

Randell. Charles E 125 

Ritch, Walter K 352 



$450 for One Year. 

Robbins, William 733 

Russell, George 766 



501 



Doo. No. 12. 



$430 for Two Tears. 

Reg. No. 
Roper, Charles F 289 



$650 for Three Years. 

Ridaback. James H 26 

Roome, W. H 29 

Randell, Charles H 47 

Redmond, James 51 

Raymond, John Bradford 71 

Remvick, Edward S 86 

Richmond, Archibald M 95 

Russell, William A : 121 

Robertson, James L 129 

Risley, Benjamin W 142 

llyon, John R 144 

Raberg, Jr., Charles II 174 

Reisig, Richard 179 



$1,000 for Three Years. 

Requa. James M 228 

Rein, Philip , 348 

Rosenbaum, Albert S :-!5l 

Rosenstook, Samuel W 424 

Randell, James 428 

Ray, George W 408 

Ross, William G. ' 475 

Raynor, Benjamin F 487 

Romanic. Benjamin F 503 

Raynor, William H 514 

Roe, Livingston 5. '50 

Uapallo, Charles A 544 

Richards, Daniel W 549 

Rich, Alexander 5915 

Robinson, Frederick M 591 

Kiddie, Jr., James (517 

Ruben, Simon 707 

Rivarde, Peter A 708 



$220 for One Year. 

Sanimis, John S 7i> 

Stout, Xathaniel R 9ii 

Stanbury, Daniel lo:; 

Secombe. William W 220 

Storms, William J 233 

Stine, Louis 274 

Stevenson, Ninian 288 



$450 for One Year. 

Reg. No. 

Schalk, Carl 416 

Smith, George R 4(55 

Skidmore, William A 613 

Stone, Lucien B (564 

Smith, Alexander 11 730 



S430/br Two Years. 

Synis, Samuel R 147 

Stiger, E. Morris 243 

Sears, William A 280 

Squire, James H 374 



675 for Two Years. 

Stiger, Adam S 244 

Stetson, Charles A 392 

Seymour, William L . .717 



$650 for Three Years. 

Smith, James W 2.'! 

Slote, Daniel 515 

Slote, Henry L 55 

Slotc, Charles H (i() 

Secor, Nelson oo 

Shays, Edward L 73 

Smith , William C 78 

Sherman, W. Watts 9(5 

Schweyer, Adolph 100 

Schweyer, Edward 107 

Kernel. George 124 

Smith, James T 131 

Khattuck, Luther T 137 

Sani'ord, Samuel B 151 

Schledorn, Charles 158 

Spiegelberg, Levi 103 

See, .Richard s 100 

Steinway, William 181 

Stein way, Albert 182 

Skinner, Horace C, 215 

Spring, Anuisa 218 

Stewart, James L 242 

Soher, Joseph 247 

Sheldon, Isaac E 202 

Schermerhorn, Jr., C. S 204 

Sloane, John 208 

Scoville, Thomas L 2S5 

Smith. George W. V 2!>0 

Storrs, Joseph W 30i> 

Speyer. George 304 

Stevens, Frederick W 313 

Suiffin, John A 320 



Doc, No, 12, 



502 



Reg 
Starr William S 


.No. 
361 
371 

257 
345 
365 
370 
381 
402 
407 
418 
422 
427 
430 
432 
470 
518 
535 
550 
551 
572 
576 
588 
590 
607 
618 
633 
640 
646 
649 
659 
672 
677 
690 
702 
704 
713 
761 
778 

354 


$650 for Three Years. 
Keg. No. 
Taylor, Alfred W 19 


Spencer Charles S 


$1,000 for Three Tears. 

Qol f Frl wn ivl 


Timpson, Theodore 


. 4(i 


Taber, Henry M 


. 80 


Thompson, Eugene 


127 


Thouron, Emanuel A 


180 


Sniffin, Elisha 


Tooker, Gabriel M 


?45 


Samory, Nnma J 


Townsend, Edward M 


. 282 




Taylor, Joseph B 


307 




Townsend, E. H. L 


, 325 


Smith, Benjamin D 


1,000 for Three Years. 
Taylor, William L 


. 324 


Smith, Edward F .... 


Schlesinger, Frederick G 


Swift, Foster 






Thompson, Edwin 


. 390 




Terry, Eliphalet 


393 


Sv Charles W 


Tattle, Charles A 


478 




Tyson, Washington L 


50? 


Sinlth Morton B 


Taylor, John J 


. 574 




Trowbridge, Benjamin A 


. 599 


Scott John M 


Trowbridge, George A 


. 600 




Tompkins, James 


. 628 




Turner, Herbert B 


684 




Tienken, Clans 


. 754 


m-mm William T 


Taafle, Luke 


. 776 


Smith, Jr., Floyd 


U 

$220 for One Year. 
Underbill, Aaron 


IK? 


Swift, Henry S 


Siegmond, Alexander 


Saniory, Henry 


Sackett, William H 


Smith, Alexander M 


Storrs, Henry J 


Sabine, Thomas T 


Sturn, Herman 




Sackett, H. Hoffman 


$430 for Two Years. 
Underbill, George Edgar 


. 118 


Story, George H 


Scott, George 


Silleck, William W 


T 

$220 for One Year. 
Taite. William J... 


Upham, Victor De M 


. 134 


$050 for Three Years. 
Uhl, Edward 


. 109 







$450 for One Year. 

Talcott, August B 694 

Taaffe, Luke 775 

Tienken, Clans 781 



$130 for Two Years. 

Vander Huevel, Kobert M 100 

Voorhies, Edwin M 150 



503 



Doc, No. 12. 



$650 for Three Years. 

Keg. No. 

Vail, Stephen 149 

Van Winkle, Willis 209 

Van Post, Herman 246 

$1,000 for Three Years. 

Van Santvoord, Abram 4!>7 

Vanclerlip, George M 575 

Vandervoort. J. V. W 027 

Van Buren, Singleton .'. 636 

Van Cott, John M 642 

Van Orsdale, William J 705 



W 

$220 for One Year. 

Work, Jr., John C 187 

Whiting, Enoch D -508 

Ward/Peter 372 

$450 for One Year. 

Wirsching, Otto 292 

Westbrook, A. L 655 

Wickert, Leopold 742 

Wickert, Leopold 757 

$430 for Two Years. 

Woodhull, Edmund S 97 

Woodhull, William A 98 

Wood, S. Girard 386 

$675 for Two Years. 

t 

Wardwell, William T 413 

$650 for Three Years. 

Weiler, Wendel 7 

Whiteside, William 11 

Walker, Isaac H 20 

Walsh, Charles A 42 

Weinmann, Oscar 50 

Woodman, Webster 54 

White, Kenneth G 168 

White, John Jay 1 95 

Wells, James N 199 

White, Giles 201 

Wallace, James 204 

White, William G 208 

Wilson, Abner A 216 

White, Charles C 249 



Reg. No. 

Watts. George B 263 

White, James 267 

Walgrove, Effinghaui AV 306 

White, Charles E 310 

White, Ilobert J 321 

Wilbour, Charles E 328 



$1,000 for Three Years. 

Wells, John P. E 338 

Walsh, James E 388 

Wetmore, George C 397 

Wetmorc, David 410 

Wilmerding. Charles H 415 

Winch, John C 435 

Winthrop, Ilobert 438 

Wilbur, Eoyal P 452 

Wilks, Samuel John 492 

Wright. Frederick 505 

Ward, Peter 546 

Wilson, Samuel 552 

Wilson, James 553 

Waller, Joseph F 556 

Wheelock, William A 569 

Woodruff, Morris 587 

Whittridge, W 591 

Woodham, Alfred 601 

Ward, Isaac B 602 

Warren, James E 608 

Wood, John I) 610 

Wehman, Henry 632 

Watson, John H . . 638 

Wickert, Leopold 667 

Westaway, William 676 

Westervelt, William 711 

Waldo, Francis W 722 

Wheeler, Benjamin 756 



$650 for Three Years. 
Youngs, Alfred 252 

$1,000 for Three Years. 
Young, James H 391 

Z 

$050 for Three Years. 
Zabriskie, Lc Maire 43 



APPENDIX 11. 



Complete List of Substitutes furnished by the Committee on Volunteer- 
ing in Anticipation of the Draft, and Counting upon the Quota of 
the County of New York under the President's Call dated Decem- 
ber 19, 1864, for Three Hundred Thousand (300,000) Men, from 
the 28th day of September, 1864, to the close of recruiting, on the 
12th of April, 1865 ; giving Eegistered Number, Date'of Payment, 
Name of Substitute, whether Enlisted for the Army or Navy, Term 
Enlisted for, Name of Person for whom Substitute was Furnished, 
with Ward and District, and Amount of Bounty Paid, 



Complete List of Substitutes. 



No 

1 

2 

3 

K 

6 

7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
10 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
24 

If 

25 
26 

27 
'28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 


Date. 


Name of 
Substitute. 


O> 

1% 

.^'s< 

in 

"3 o 

1^ 


Number of years 
eocaceeoeowwweoeseoeoeaGoeooscowcoeeoo&sweoeowcaoowaseiscoweseo enlisted for 


Name of Person 
for whom 
Substitute was 
furnished. 


-: 
^ 


u 

5 

bb 
J. 


Bounty. 


1864. 

Oct. 31 
Nov. 1 

Nov. 3 
Xov. 4 

Xo\ . 5 

i 
i 
i 
Xov. 7 

i 

No%. 9 

: 

Xm. 10 

Xo\. 11 

i 


Robert Smith 


A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 

A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 


W. Barcl'y Parsons 
Jos. B. Lockwood. 
James Havemeyer 
H. C. Havemeyer. 
Wm. H. Black.... 
Win. H. Gebhard.. 
Mor. Hendricks. . . 
John H. Jacquelin 
D. Wolf Bishop 
T. Alston Bishop.. 
Wm. H. Atwater. . 
William H. Locke. 
John C. Atwater. . 
Harmon Hendrick 
Alfred W. Taylor. . 
Isaac H. Walker. . 
Henry Havemeyer 
John P. Lewis 
James W. Smith.. 
Sam. A. Mitchel,Jr 
Geo. H. Holler.... 
Jas. A. Ridabock. . 
Gus. W. Faber. . . . 
Edward Cooper.. . 
Wm. H. Roome.. . 
Edwin Ferris 
Edmund S. Baker 
Chas. F. A. Doha.. 
John S. McLean. . . 
J. White Davis.... 
Cor. A. Bunner 
William Whiteside 
Samuel R. Platt... 
Wm. H. Caswell... 
Edind. C. Marshal. 

Carried forward. 


19 

18 
16 
n; 
18 
1\ 
16 
18 
16 
n; 
12 
3 
12 
21 
15 
Is 
16 
L8 
17 
!.-, 
Is 
21 
Hi 
18 
1(1 
9 
L9 
s 
9 
L5 
12 
.'1 

18 
21 
is 


9 

8 
6 

c, 
s 
8 
6 
s 
6 
6 
9 
4 
9 
8 
(i 
8 
6 
8 
7 
(i 
8 
8 
6 
8 
6 
6 
9 
4 
6 
6 
9 
8 
8 
8 
8 


$600 
600 
600 
600 
COO 
(iOO 
600 
600 
(!00 
600 
600 
600 
600 
.600 
600 
COO 
COO 
600 
COO 
600 
600 
COO 
GOO 
COO 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
COO 
600 
600 
COO 
COO 


Gottlieb Keller 
Robert F.Valentine 
Theo. Sonnick .... 
Gustav Riebo . . 


Charles Hober 
Charles Fischer. . . 
August Miller . ... 


Karl Beckman 
Charles Anderson. 
William Sullivan... 
C'arl Ludwif 


Frederick Lasky. . 
William Winan. . . . 
John Walker 


Thomas Kerley . . . 
Peter Oakes 


Fred'k Buckhorst . 
William Kilgour . . 
Daniel Finn. . 


William Howard. . 
Patk. Fitz James . 
George Kelly 
John Tracy . . . 


August Schmidt.. . 
Thomas Randel. . . 
James Coleman... 
Michael Waldron. . 
Fred'k Rohman. . . 
John Drugaa 
Theophile Masson 
Charles Hiescr. . . . 
Fred'k Schweitzer 
Franz Mullcr 


M. Rosengarden. . . 


$21.000 



Doc. No. 12. 



508 



No. 


Date. 


Name of 
Substitute. 


Enlisted for the 
Army or Navy. 


go 

3 . 

O - 

"> 

?! 

V ~ 

II 

2 


Name of Person 
for whom 
Substitute was 
furnished. 


' 
~ 


a 
1. 

'-'[ 
a 

u 


Bounty. 


36 
37 
38 
39 

40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
4!) 
50 
51 
5 2 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
(il 
62 
63 
04 
<I5 
66 
07 
68 
(1!) 
70 
71 
7'J 

7:; 

74 

75 
76 
77 

78 


1864. 
Nov. 11 

Nov. 12 

a 
Nov. 14 

Nov. 15 

Nov. 17 

Nov. 18 

u 
Nov. 10 


Joseph Riech 


A 
A 
A 

A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 


3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
1 
3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 

3 
8 

:! 

:; 

3 

3 

:; 
3 
3 
3 


Brought forward 
Charles Easton 
Alfred H. Easton.. 
J. Marcus Boorman 

T Otis Lerov 


17 
17 
16 

15 

Is 
IS 
17 
21 
18 
12 
13 
16 
Is 
18 
IS 

1!) 

21 

,'i 
1C 
In 
_'] 
2] 
15 
2! 
I.', 
2 
9 
17 

it; 

!!l 
5 

1" 
Is 

2] 

17 
21 
l!l 
17 
15 
!l 

L5 

21 

5 


7 
7 

(; 

6 
8 
8 
7 
8 
8 
9 
5 
6 
8 
8 
6 

'.! 

8 
4 
6 

7 
8 

s 

s 
6 
4 
6 
7 
6 
li 

s 

^ 

8 
7 

s 

n 

7 


4 


$21,000 
600 
600 
600 

600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
200 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
61)0 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 
600 

$46,400 


J. H. Schneider... 
John Mitz 


L. A. Von Eichen- 
flls . . . . 


James Calvin 


Charles A. Walsh. 
Lemaire Zabriskie 
Brvce Gray 


John Lack 


Carl 0. Zangerle. . 
David H. Crosby. . 
William Fisher. . . . 
John Mulligan 
Thomas Burke 
Jacob Weber 


John R. Harris 
Theod. Timpson.. . 
Chas. H. Randell. . 
Wendell Weiler... 
Oscar C. Weinmann 
Francis H. Macy. . . 
Daniel Slote 


William Hetzel... 
Frederick: Halm. . 
Samuel Haslett. . . 
Franz Stilsbv 


Chas. H. Hall ... 
Wm. A. Holmes.. . 
Eldad Holmes 


George Wood. . . . 
William Brown 
James Seaton 


James Redmond. . 
Webster Woodman 
Henry L. Slote.... 
H. A. Fanshaw 
Pierre L. Foulke. . 
John R. Andrews.. 
Richard M. Pell... 
Charles H. Slote... 
Fred'k A. Giles... 
Thad. C. Kinnier.. 
George Clark. 


William Starr 


William Huish 
Vllen Roily 


James Jennings. . . 
Emil Sachs 


William Crawford. 
Matthew Kennedy 
Herman Kaiser. . . 
George Atlierton. . 
James Amos 


P. W. Hasbrouck. 
W. H. Decker 


Gustav Dahlberg. . 
John Meyer. 


Nelson Secor 


William Joyce 
John Moore 


J. Brad. Raymond. 
Peter Marie . ... 


John Bownes 
Wilhelm Walter.. . 
Richard Parker. . . 
John Healey 


Edward L. Shays. . 
Chas. G. Cornell.. 
George B. Greer.. . 
Cyrus Clark. 


Robert Bonner 
John NfcGrath 
Peter Molz 


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Alfred L. Case 
Wm. C. Smith 
Henry M. Faber. . . 
Thos. A. Emmet. . 
iDixon G. Hughes.. 

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Rudolph Stcuber. . 
James Manning.. . 
John Kearney 



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Thomas Morris. . . . 
Peter Neilson 
Martin Schottler. . 
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Joseph M. Price.. . 
George Merrill. . . . 
John G Floyd, Jr. . 
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Robert 11 alsted. . . 
Wm. H. Penfold . . 
L. C. Hammersly. 
J. H. Hammersly.. 
A. M. Richmond. 
Wm. W. Sherman. 
Peter M. Bryson . . 
A. A. Franklield. . 
Adolph Schweyer 
Edward Schweyer 
11. A. Pol humus. . . 
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Harry Stan ton. . . . 
John Barton 


James Reilly 


George Thomas.. . 
John Williams. . . . 
Fred'k Doster. . . 


Charles Mier 


William Peterson. 
John Henton 


Paul Kelly 


John Martin 


Thomas Barbour. . 
David Douglas. . . . 
R. M. V. Heuvel.. 
Edm. Penfold, Jr.. 
.las., M. Dunbar.. . 
Charles A. Easton. 
Edward Kin <r .... 


James Parker 
John Murray 


Cornelius Taylor. . 
Frederick Lutz.. . 
John Lawn 


Samuel Seymour. . 
Thomas Dundon. . 
Louis Fallct 


Josiah Carpenter.. 
Wm. A. Russell... 
George Seinel 


G. Henry Fields. . 
Thomas Hawaii 
Walter Scoit 


Dallett Bliss 
Eugene Thomson. 
James H. Jones... . 
Jas. L. Robertson. 
John Orti' r ies 


Win. Geo. Williams 
John Grannasson. 
Albert Weidner.. . 
Francis Stevens. . . 
Mat. Gersehwlnd. . 
Thomas Dunn 
John Gill 


James T. Smith. . . 
Michael Put/el 
John R. Planter. . 
L. T. Shattuck.... 
Robert H. Beebe. . 
William M. Hoff... 
Benj. M. Risley. . . . 
John R. Ryon 
Edward B. Hall... 

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John Tobm 
Kloi Pechin 


Fred'k Anderson . 
George Hawkins. . 
Otto J)ornbrich. . . 


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Doc. No. 12. 



510 



No. 


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for whom 
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Andrew Peterson. 
James Kelly 


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Albert A. Marshal. 
Edwin M. Voorhees 
Sam. B. Sandford. 
Henry E. Hosford. 
Augustus Humbert 
John H Lyon 


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William Edwards. 
James Clark 


John Morrow .... 


John S. Sammis.. . 
Isaac H. Holmes. . 
Walston H Brown 
John J. Murphy . . . 
Charles Schledorn 
J. F. Butterworth. 
Levi Spiegelberg. 
William Mullany. . 
Edm. S. Woodhull 
Solomon J. Fatman 
Richards. See 
Kenneth G. White 
Saml. C. H. Davis. 
John G. Morrison. 
Andreas Andrews. 
C. H. Raberg, Jr. . 
Geo. A. Halsev 
G. E. Underbill... 
Leopold Bronner. . 
Josiah S. Lombard 
Emil F. Lieber 
Cors. H. Delamater 
Richard Reisig 
Eman. A. Thouron 
William Steinway. 
Peter Cooper 


Robert Davidson. . 
Fred'k Deiderick. 
James Dolan . ... 


E. Webendorfer. . . 
John Poppan 


John Buckley 


John Jager 


Thomas Boyle 
John Mulligan 
Antonio Mileti 
Edward Bowen . . . 
Cornelius Denny. . 
James Barrett 
William Jones . ... 


Wm. Dusenbery. . . 
Lewis Kiley 


Thomas Dwyer 
John Hallahan 
Daniel Mulhollahd 
Edward White 


Charles Mever 
Thomas Smith 
James Frost 


John Kelly 


Daniel Eeardon. . . 
William Stanton. . . 
Michael Hinchy. . . 
Werner Bael 


Nathan. R. Stout. . 
Jas. H. Benedict. . 
Arch. M. Allerton. 
Albert Steinway . . 
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J. Groshon Herriot 
Vic. D. M. Uphain. 
Wm, H. Osgood. . . 
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Chris. Zimmerman 
\rnold Trub. 


Joseph Mohr .... 


John Griffin 


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William Smith .... 
Patrick W'heeler. . 
William Roberts.. 
Jake Colsky 





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Name of 

Substitute. 


Enlisted for the 
Army or Navy. 


Number of years 
enlisted for. 


Name of Person 
for whom 
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James N. Wells 
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James Robertson. . 
Thomas Doyle 
William Rei'lly 


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Amasa Spring 


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German J. Theile . 
Ernest Lefevre 
Win. Kreichler 
William H. Hay . . . 
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Charles Merchant 


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Wm. W. Cryder. , . 
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Jeorge Douglas. . . 
Robert G. Dun 
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Edward M. Cook. 


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John Perkins. . . . 


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Warren Herriot. . . 


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Jacob Rabb 


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George Meyers 
James Wilson '. 
George E. Terry. .. 
William Gloede . . . 
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Edward S. Covell. 


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Christ'n H. Meday. 
James S. Stewart. 
John Downey 


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Jeremiah Ryan. . . 
Joseph Kelly 


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Charles Heery. . . . 
Lewis Newburg. . . 
James Briggs 


Alfred Youngs 
C. F. Coggeshall. . . 
E. W. Coggeshall. 
Aug. F. Miller.... 
J. H. Bloodgood. . . 
Wni. Edw. Brand. 
Laurens Joseph . . . 
George B. Watts. . 
G. S.Schermerhorn 
William L. Hahn. . 
Israel C. Couillard 
John Sloane. 


Michael Darsch. .. 
Geo. Montgomery. 
Charles Stuart 
Thomas Kelly 


Ignatz Panl 


Emil Gerard 


Andrew Power 3.. 
John Buck 


\Vm. Van Bieze.. . 
Franklin Newton. 
Charles Brown... 
John Brown 


John B. Cornell.. . 
Wm. W. Cornell. . . 
C. M. Chittenden.. 
James White 


John Holmes 


Charles A. Kapp . . . 
David Watt. . 


H. A. C. Taylor 
E. M. Townsend.. . 
Thos. L. Scovill... 
Jacob Cooper 


Edw. Delihenty.. . 
William Flanigan. 
Edward Hayden. . 
James Thompson. 
Benjamin Cooper. 
Henry Jackson. . . 
John'H. Williams. 
Lucius Steinmaun 
William Keith .. 


Peter Carter 


Robert Carter, Jr. . 
Fredk. Beckstein. 
A. C. Kingsland. Jr 
Aug. C. Beckstein. 
John Dalrymple... 
Birdsall Cornell.. . 
Joseph W. Storrs. . 
George Speyer 
E. W. Walgrove... 
Cyrus J. Murray.. . 
Isaac E. Sheldon. . 
Gco. W. V. Smith. 
D. Blake Bennett. . 
Le G. Lockwood, Jr 
Alfred Kayne 

Harry N. Alden. . . 
William A. Sears. . 

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Charles Stolz 
Matthew Power. . . 
Dennis Cullen 
John Matthews.. . 
Herman Eodcr 
Robert Noble 
Jacob Kober 


John Williams 
James Janson 

John Geissalmann 
Louis Grau. 





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Doc. No. 12. 



No. 


Date. 


Name of 
Substitute. 


Enlisted for the 
Army or Navy. 


Number of years 
enlisted for. 


Name of Person 
for whom 
Substitute was 
furnished. 


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Thomas H. Brown. 
Walter Carter 


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Henrv Miller 


Park Math ew son. . 
Elie Charlies 


Simon Collins 


Christian Mnller. . 
William Thomson. 
P. H. Fedderson. . 
Joseph Rodgers.. . 
Joseph Weber. . . . 
Jacob Springer. . . 
Edmond Klopper. 
James Davis 


Edw. Kemp 


George Kemp 
Edw. F. DavMon.. 
Chas. E. White.... 
Cornelius Corson. . 

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Joseph B. T iylor. . 
E. Morris Sihrer. . 
Fred'k W. '-(evens 
Wm. Brinker'iofl'. . 
James F. , :iry . . . 
Ludwig Eie'iler. . . 
John B. Ci-'Miin 
Wm. R. Farrell.... 
Thomas O'Connor. 
Meredith Ho, viand 
John A. Sn.ffin 
Robert J. White... 
Wm. W. Sc-:omb.. 
Lewis M. 1> 'own. . 
Marcus dei Pino. . . 
Adoniron ,. Manly 
John R. Platt 


B. Cunningham. . 
Thomas Shufflin. . 
James Reede 


George Sonle 


Henry Lobstein. . . 
Peter Ouinn. 


Hugh Shaw 


John Morgan 


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Martin Emil 


James Ward. 


Cornelius Cregier. 
J. Westcrmeyer. . . 
James Kerrigan. . . 
Carl Kleau .... 


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Jacob Nelson 
Edward M. Starks. 
Miclifcl Nix 
Gottlieb Muller 
Chas. Kuhlmann. . 
Edward Vollbricht 
Frederick Brasa. . . 
James Anderson. . 
Val. Wolfenstein. . 
August; stolz 
Robert Gardner. . . 
William Mitchell.. 
Henry Baker 


Edward P. Cobb. . 
Joseph Peifjody . . 
Geo. L. L' "illard. . 
Chas. E. W.lbour. 
Anthony Dey, Jr. . 
Jas. 11. Petti grew. 
Zach. Dedcrick. . . 
Augustus H. Hart. 
Rich. C. Bostwick. 
liobt. H. ]\ ttigrew 
Walter C -ggeshall 
Theo. Bni i ; oyne. . . 
R. H. L. T jvvnsend 
Richard l'-vin. Jr.. 
Alexander P. Irvin 
Duncan A. Grant. . 
Louis Guental 

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John Mendro 
Jacob Saner 
Levi Wcinstock. . . 



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Feb. 11 
Feb. 13 
Feb. 14 

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Feb. 20 

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Hare William 


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James H. Squire. . . 
John E. Mills 
Woolsev Johnson.. 
S. W. Milbank. 


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Matthew Tuohy. . . 
Robert Chambers. . 
Peter Kane. . . . 


John Troy 


Joseph Corbit. 


Charles Lambert. . 
Edward Bailey. . . . 
James VVhalen 
William S. Nixon.. 
William Shelly 
C. H. Desmoulin. . . 
Frederick Browne 
Patrick Wai (Iron. . 
David O'Brien 
John Purcell 


Albert Millbank.... 
R. H. G. Murphv... 
John P. R. Well's... 
Jay Jarvis Jones. . . 
Christopher M. Bell. 
Edwin Thompson. . 
Benj. D. Smith 
Silas D. Brownell. . 
Frederick Hamm. . 
Eliphalet Terry.... 
Geo. C. Wetmo're. . , 
Edwin P. March.. . 
Jas. R. Brevoort. . . 
Edward F. Smith.. 
Wni. H. H. Moore. . 
C. A. Stetson, Jr. .. 
S. F. Johnson 
Edward Self 
Geo. H. Griffin 


John J. Haley 
Charles Blake 
Jacob Walter 


Wm. Harrington. . 
Thomas Fagan 
John G. MiiiU 
Peter Hennessy. . . 
George Barton 
Joseph Hill 


Lawrence Powers . 
John Burnes ... . 


Win. E. Bleecker.. 
Casper Hagemeyer. 
David L. Newborg. 
F. G. Schlesinger. . 
Wm. J. Hutchinson. 
Richard Atkinson.. 
Xath. A. Knapp. ... 
William Hughes .. . 
Edward P. 'Griffin.. 
Michael Cook. 


Richard Lucas. . . . 
Fred'k Campbell . 
Henry C. Bennett. 
Frank Leman 


John Youn - 


John Whalen 
F. Charboncault. .. 
Thomas Lawson.. . 
George Hubert. . . . 
John Gibbons 
Kdward Conley .... 
P. 0. Sumahan. . . . 
George McKenzie. 
F. Xbeuggacher. . . 
Robert Gordon. . . . 
William Ross 
David Anderson.. . 
Timothy Hart 


Adam F. Sackett.. . 
Thos. Edw. Baker. . 
S. W. Rosenstock. . 
Levi Goldenburg. . 
Foster Swift 


Fedcrick C. Jones . . 
Edward Boyle 
John Anderson.... 
Henry A. Scovell. . 
L. W. Newstadter. . 

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Elias M. Pell 


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Henry Mayer . . . 


Patrick Whalen... 
Henry Stone. . .... 


Emlen X. Lawrence 
Lewis I,. Uelafield. 
Chas. E. Francis.. . 
Peter Ker; bio 
James R. Welsh.... 
R. R. Ha; shorn... 
C. H. Wi'-uerding.. 
James Ra^dell 


Jas. McDermott. . . 
Eugene Bernard . . 
Peter Spcllman.. . 
Peter Lawson 


David Sullivan. . . . 
Clias. M. Holmes . 
M O'Connor 


John C. Winch 
EzraV. Byrne 


Frank Ward 


Conrad Schuhsler. 
K. McC'ormick .... 
John Dowd 


Edward H. Carle.. . 
Moses Me'irbach . . . 
Weslev Smith .... 


George Brown. . . . 
Kinil Settler 


Leon Fuvniss 


David Wet more 
Henry A. Childs. . . 
William S. Mead. . . 
Adam S. itiger. . . . 
Philip R ;ii 


Dennis O'Brien. . . . 
Alfred Love 


James Hunt. 


John Peters 


John Fttzpatrick. . 
John Wa <r ncr 


Robert " vinthrop. . 
R. Pager ritecher.. . 
Erich Ki rksieg. . . . 
Michael j<\ Dallctt. 
Thomas F. Att.ix. . . 
A. S. Kosenbanm. . 
Numa J. Samony. . 
Chas. V. Lewis. . . . 
F. H. Clmrchill.... 
Chas. F. Fearing. . . 
James liigelow. . . . 
P. E. Areiilarius 
A. M. Anularius,Jr. 
Sam ue! Downing.. . 
John C. Gray 


Franz Spinner 
James Clark 


Theo. Knatch 


James Fleming. . . 
George Moore.". . . . 
Paul Purer 


John McDougal.. . 

John Giles 


Adoi >h W. Hinkley 
Ed\v.' Tottenhuft. . 
Henry Wohlers. . . 
'John Flanagan. . . . 
Francis liinkle. . . . 
James Murphy. . . . 
Joseph Tassier. . . . 
Joseph Lenart. . . . 
Jacob Ryniker. . . . 
Donald McKenzie. 
! Robert Lud wig. . . . 
[John Costello 
James Dillon 


G. H. Hawkins 
Jas. H. Young 
\V. T. \Vardwell.,.. 
H. J. A. Neilson 
Robert Dorsett 
Frank Hardv .... 


Win. H. Dav'ies 
Royal 1'. Wilbur 
R.'W. Martin, Jr... 

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Benjamin Lewis.. . 

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Chas. P. Currie 
Benj. L. Curtis 
Chas. G. Judson.. . 
Erns. Krackowizer. 
Geo Pancoast 


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Daniel McDonald. . 
Echvard Wilson. . . 
John McCann 


Patrick C. Murray.. 
Edgar F. Lasak 
George W. Lasak. . 
S. 0. A. Murphy . . . 
Charles G. Croker . 
Robert S. Lyon 
James M. Requa. . . 
Carl Schalk 


Richard White. . . . 
Hush Nesbit 


Louis Thomas 


Andrew Heine 
Theodore Trader. . 
John Lyons .... 


Eli Burke 


John Orser 


Geo. W. Carpenter. 
George W. Rav 
William X. Ilubbs. . 
Xinian Steyenson. . 
James B. Haig 


Gotleib Ziebold. . . . 
Theodore BecK. . . . 
Jacob Maier 


James Meehan 
Carl Smidt 


Wm. M. Isaacs. . . 


Richard Eagan 
Henry James 


Simeon J. Drake . . 
William G. Ross 
Henry E. Hawley. . 
John's. Beecher. . . 
Charles. A Tuttle.. 
Fred'k E. lyes . ... 


William Mooney. . . 
George Fenker . . . 
Edward Jackson. . 
William T. Odell.. 
John Reuan . 


George H. Cock. . . 
Benj. H. Cock 
Robert \V. Xathan . 
Geo. R. Lockwood. 
Thomas L. Conklin 
John A. Hardy 


George Thompson 
Morris Marley 


James Kirk wood. . 
Win. Cunningham. 
Win. W. Kin<'- 


Philip Orthlaaf 
Martin Wilson 
John McXamara. . . 
Timothy Murphy. . 
John W. Smith 
Alfred Kemble 
James Burns 


George Moynan. . .. 
William Morgan. . . 
Elisha Sniffln 


George A. Clement 
Michael Blewitt 
Thos. H. Landon. . . 
Charles McBrien. . . 
James R. Floyd. . . . 
Wash. L. Cooper.. . 
Ethen Allen 


George Downes. . . 
Wni. Templeton. . . 
Chnrles Moore. . . . 
Adam Stidtz . 


Samuel J. AVilks.. . 
lohn H. Earle 
Cor. S.Johnson 
William Cotheal... 

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Henry Link 


Martin Freeman.. . 


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Mar. 10 Thomas Madden . . A 
'' Henry Lewis A 
u James Murphy. ... N 
" Charles Graham, .. N 
" M. Shaughnessy.. . A 
' Thomas Me Bride. . A 
u Jolin Stevens .... A 


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3 Nath'l Jarvis, Jr... 1 
3 IWash'n L. Tyson.. 1 
3 Wilhelm Muller. ... 1 
3 Charles W. Sy . l 


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3 Henry Becker.... 1 


3 iAb'm S. He welt.... 1 
1 George R. Smith... 1 
3 ;Benj. F. Raynor. . . 1 
3 A. Van Santvoort. . 1 
3 ;Jacob B. Jersey 
3 :Philip S. Miller.... 1 
3 William Me Bride.. . 2 
1 John M. Barney 1 
3 Wm. L. Taylor 2 
3 : Nathan M. Hoe 1 
3 Benj. F. Romaine. .1 
3 Cyrus J. Lawrence. 1 
3 Frederick Wright. 1 
3 Moses S. Isaacs. . . . I 
3 Cor. B. Mitchell... 1 
3 iGeorge Braker.... 1 
3 Wm. S. Auchnicloss 1 
3 ;Dan'lF. Boardrnan 1 
3 | William H. Raynor. 2 
3 ; Samuel B. Ferdon. 1 
3 Alfred Woodham. . 
3 James 51. Boyd ... 1 
3 Charles A. Macy, Jr 1 
3 1). Cromwell, Jr.... 2 
3 JolmH. Parish.... 1 
3 ;KdwiiiM. Baker..., 2 
3 John J. Garretson.il 
3 i Charles E. Morris.. 2 
3 I Edward Mitchell... 1 
3 |Wm. F. Dusenbury. 1 
3 Richard M. Hoe....; 1 
3 Livingston Roe 1 


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Mar. 11 Richard Williams.. A 
Thomas Quinlan.. . A 
" Khier Meier ! A 
Mar. 13 Joseph Watson. . . . ; A 
Philip Mount .. A 


" William Poole ' A 


Mar. 14 John Entwistle... . A 
' John McKnight . . . A 
" Patrick Carmody. . A 
-t John Dorman A 


George Lindsay. .. A 
u (Jeorge Powell . . . . ! A 
" James llawley. . . . A 
' Albert Morse A 


' John O'Connor. ... A 
" William Craswell.. A 
%k .Patrick Lynn i A 
.0. B. Meredith....; A ' 
" John Gordon A 
William Baker.... A 
' John Turner . . A 


William Taylor j A 
-James Banks A 
Martin Raddin. ... A 
John W. Parker. .. A 
'Charles Lewis. A 


Mar. 15;John Foster A 
' 'Stanley Welsh A 
Fred. W. Fogcr.... A 
'John Bulger. A i 


iMichael Minturn.. . A 
Henry Walter A 
Soreii W. Fallescn. A 
; John White j N 
William Matties... A 
Mar. 16 Henry Jones A 


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3 William Lockwood 19 9 900 
3 1 Joseph J. Hull 18! 8 900 
3 Joseph F. Bates....! 22 9| 900 
3 llenrv Samory 15 6 900 
3 T. G. Docksta'dter.. 201 8 900 
3 Arch. AlcMartiu.... 18 8 900 

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No. 


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Name of 
Substitute. 


Enlisted lor the 
Army or Navy. 


Number of years 
enlisted for. 


Name of Person 
for whom 
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Mar. 16 

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Samuel Parkit 
Morris Tatton 


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A. L. Westbrook. . . 
John Fox 


Alexander McCabe 
John Smith 


F A. Macv, Jr 


Patrick Langdon. . 
Andrew Lardy 
Martin Spellman. . 
William Kelley 
Frederick Budd.. . 
Cor. Walker (col.). 
Benj. Spillsbury. . . 
Seigism'd Herzog. 
Charles Smith . ... 


J. W. Sagernan.. Jr 
James Culyer 


Lucien B. Stone .... 
Charles E. Miles . . . 
Otto Wersching 
Henry C. Perkins. . 
Dederick Fink 
Abraham Bussing. . 
Clifford A. Hand... 
George L. Jewett. . 
Alfred C. Cheney. . 
Joshua Hendricks. 
William Westaway 
John Moore 


August Burghart. . 
James Jackson 
Theodore Lacey. . . 
Edward Harris 
John Henrv 


(ieo. A Blake .... 


John J. Bloomfiekl. 
Henry Donald .... 


John H. Butler 
Samu'l H. Hancock 
William Thompson 
William Smith 
Jacob Christ . . 


August B. Talcott. . 
William H. Oakley. 
Edw. Fitzpatrick. . 
Abraham Merkert. 
Moses Colin 


Peter Sullh an. . . . 


Joseph Ryan 


Stephen F. Holmes 
Charles A. Earallo. 
Chas. H. De 1 nza . 
Francis O. De Luze 
Chas. W.Dennerkcr 
W. J. Van Arsdale. 
Isaac H. Lehman.. 
Henry Norcllinger. 
Peter Ward 


John Andrews 
Thomas Eagan 
James Cii'ien 


Michael M jran 
Fred'k Alien 


Jas. Callalian 


Phillip Griffiths... 
William Cronin... 
Anton Vanderburg 
Harry L. T.urton. . 
James Entwistle. . 
Henry P. Folger. . . 
Patrick Doyle 
Thomas Maitland. . 
William Brown... 
jThomas King . 
William laissell . . . 
John O'Sc-ii 


Josiah Hedden 
Geo. H. Andrews. . 
Wm. L. Seymour. . 
Alf. F. DeLuze... 
!Jas. P. Kernochan. 
I Daniel W. Richard. 
Morton B. Smith... 
Morris Steinhardt. . 
Joseph F. Waller. . 
Charles E. Couton . 

Carried forward. . 




359.900 



519 



Doc. No. 12. 



No. 


Date. 


Name of 

Substitute. 


Enlisted for the 
Army or Navy. 


Number of years 
enlisted for. 


Name of Person 
for whom 
Substitute was 
furnished. 


~ 
p := 


o 

.2 Bounty. 

fi 

si 

o 




524 
525 
526 
527 
528 
529 
530 
531 
532 
533 
534 
535 
530 
537 
538 
539 
540 
541 
542 
543 
544 
545 
546 
547 
548 
549 
550 
551 
552 
553 
554 
555 
550 
557 
558 
559 
500 
501 
502 
503 
504 
505 
5FO 
507 
508 


1865. 
Mar. 24 

Mar. 25 

Mar. 27 

.. 

" 
Mar. 28 
Mar. 27 
Mar. 28 

.. 

Mar. 29 
Mar. 30 


Mar. 31 

April ] 
April 3 


Robert Welch. . .. 


N 
A 
N 

N 
A 
N 
N 
N 
A 
A. 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 


3 
3 
3 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


Brought forward. 
Gnstavus Kutter. . . 
Ed. Luckemeyer. . . 
George A. Belcher. 
Daniel Daly. 


is 

15 

IS 

7 
16 
15 
15 
15 
L6 
15 

17 

15 
17 
21 
15 

1 7 

i:, 
12 
16 
17 
20 
15 
21 
21 
30 
21 

8 
22 
7 
18 
18 
10 
12 
19 
8 

17 
21 
L2 
12 
16 


. . $359,900 
6 900 

6 ! 900 
8 900 
5 (500 
6 900 
6 900 
6 900 
61 900 
61 900 
6 900 
4 900 
7 900 
6j 900 
7 900 
8 900 
900 
7 900 
Oi 400 
fi 1 900 
9 900 
900 
7 900 
8 900 
SMO 
8 900 
8 900 
8' 900 
8! 900 
4 : 91)0 
4 900 
4 900 
9' 900 
5 900 
8 900 
H 900 

:, 900 

9 9110 
9 900 
4 900 
(i 900 
7 900 
8 900 
9 900 
9 900 
900 


John Kelly 


James Murphy. . . . 
John Cannon . . . 


Tli os. H. Johnston. 
John Moloney 
Joseph Willia'ms . . 
David Mclntosh. . . 
James Ho <r an 


Grove P. Mitchell.. 
Abbott Brown . . . 


Abraham Jacobi. . . 
Francis W. Waldo . . 
James Paul 


Gustav Massot 
Charles Mitchell . . 
James Carney 


Melville Brown 
Jacob Luhden . . . 


Edwin Mead, Jr 
Aaron D. Shattuck. 
James Nevins 
Henry B. Corwin . . 
Fred'k Chauncey . . 
Isaac B. Ward. . 


Jan Pan .... 


William Coults 
Lars Anderson. . . . 
Henry Wehlen. . . . 
James Ea< r an. 


Frederick Schultz. 
William Hegnian. . 
Albert, Newman . . . 
John Blanc 


A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
N 
N 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 

N 


1 
3 
3 
3 

3 

a 

3 
3 

> 

3 
3 


John H. Hillier.... 
EliKelley. Jr 
Win. A. Wheelock . 
Alexander Rich. . . . 
John Adam Pfeifcr. 
Seth D. Chandler 
Charles W. Darling 
Morris Woodruff. . . 
N. Denton Smith. . . 
Fred. M. Robinson. 
Edmund Hendricks 
Geo. Birkbeck, Jr. . 
Elbrige W. Hulse. . 
Win. J. Merrall... . 
He in an Burr 


John H. Moore. . . . 
James Andersen. . 
Leon Manuel ... . 


John O'Brien 


William Phinucy.. 
Vincent Bernard. . 
Daniel Gorman 
Henry Jones 
Henry Schnnars. . . 
Thomas Wilson. . . . 
Joseph Campbell. . 
Charles Anderson. 
Francis Gallagher. 
John Coolev 


Jesse A. Braddick . 
Robert Ba. <r<i- . 


Jnlin AInI!;lll(> . . 


Alexander Wren.. 
James Murray 
Frederick Smith. . 
Ross McGinness. . . 
Martin Nolan 
Chris. Champion. . 
Michael Maloy .... 
Peter Cratt y 


N 
A 

1 

N 
A 
A 
N 
A 


3 id. A. Trow o ridge. . 
3 ! William Harvey. . . . 
3 James C. Milbank.. 
3 Charles Cox 
3 Jehiel S. Ailing. . . . 
3 'flenrv J. Storrs. . . . 
3 John' I). Woods.... 
3 Flovd I). Smith, Jr. 
3 Virgil P. Corbit 
3 : Richard M. Henry. 

Carried forward. . 


Christian Kettlescy 
Peter Monahan 


. . 399,000 



Doc. No. 12. 



520 



No. 


Date: 


Name of 
Substitute. 


Enlisted for the 
Army or Navy. 


Number of years 
enlisted for. 


Name of Person 
for whom 
Substitute was 
furnished. 


' 

r: 


Cong. District. 


Bounty. 


569 

570 
571 
572 
573 
574 
575 
576 
577 
578 
579 
580 
581 
582 
583 
584 
585 
586 
587 
588 
589 
590 
591 
592 
593 
594 
595 
596 
597 
598 
599 
600 
601 
602 
603 
604 
605 
606 
607 
608 
609 
610 
(ill 
612 


1865. 
April 3 

ii 

,. 
u 
.. 

April 4 

,. 

,. 

a 

April 4 

i 

. 

April 5 

i 

i. 

April 7 
April 8 


Ernst Alton 


A 

A 

A 
A 
N 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
N 
N 
N 
N 
A 
A 
N 
A 
N 
N 
N 
A 
A 
A 
N 
A 
A 
A 
A 


3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
1 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
1 
3 
3 
3 
3 
1 


Brought forward. 
John F. W. Vander- 
voort . . 


21 
20 
L5 

21 
Id 
18 
21 
18 
18 
is 
Ki 
18 
18 
18 
7 
16 
16 
20 
9 
9 
Id 
12 
16 
7 
16 
li 
21 
9 
16 
9 
is 
15 
li 
Hi 
9 
21 
21' 
12 
19 
is 
21 
1 
17 
9 


8 
8 
6 

8 

t 

8 
8 
8 
8 

(i 

8 
8 
8 
5 
6 
6 
s 
(i 
6 

<; 

9 

<; 
5 
(, 
5 
s 
C, 
6 
6 
s 
r, 
5 
(i 

<; 
8 
8 
9 
9 
8 
8 
4 
7 
6 


$399,600 

900 
900 
90 t 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
400 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
900 
400 
900 
900 
900 
900 
400 

$437,700 


Tames Dawson 
John McCann 


James B. Clark 
Fred. B. Clement. . 
Elbert B. Monroe. . 
B. A. Trowbridge. . 
Elias .1. Herrick . . . 
Henry S. Swift 
Henry R. Benkard. 
George R. Ives .... 
William Colgate. . . 
Leopold Wickert . . 
Thomas T. Sabine . 
Joseph E. Levi. . . . 
Robert Dcderick. .. 
Herman Sturn 


John Nelson 


Joseph Russell .... 
Charles Ellison 
John Hei .'ick 


Bernard fceholbach 
Thos. A. Oillett. . . . 
Edward P.'unkett. . 
John Miller. 


Thomas Mcllwain. 
Philip Doyle 


John O'NTeil 


Martin B'sby 


Chas. Treachvell. . . 
John Murray 


Alex. Paul, Jr. 


Thomas D. Stetson. 
Martin H. Lemaier. 
Rudolph Brandies.. 
Spencer C. Platt. . . 
Geo. D. Farrar 
Edwd. C. Donnelly. 
Benj. Wheeler 
Clinton Ogilvie 
James Riddle 


Chas. Corner 


Edward Leach 
Levi H Tracy. 


Jonathan Squires.. 
Geo. F. Williams. . 
William Ellis 


John Davit 


John Bitosou 


Joseph f. Ball. .. . 
John Bfv'.vn. . . . 


James Tompkins.. . 
A . W. Greenleaf . . . 
John McNeil 


Benj. D. Xichols. . 
John Williams 
Louis Souvira 


Herbert B. Turner. 
Henry Moore 


Jas. Per :y Varick . 
William 'iulvin. . . . 
William Smith 


Percy R Pvne.. 


Edwin C. Brower. . 
Martin W. Aherns. . 
John H. Pentz 
Robt. F. Edwards. . 
Geo. M. Miller 
Wm. D. Black 
George Scott 


George .". Smith. . 
Michael Townsend 
James Kennedy. . . 
James I've 


Joseph White 
Edwd. Fitzgerald. 
Lewis Monroe .... 
Frederick Crome. . 
George Tv'illiams . . 
Albert Wheeler . . . 
Philip F.owan 


John McChesney. .. 
H. V. Newcomb 
Peter A. Eivarde. . . 
E. Delafleld, Jr 
Luke TaafiFe 


Frank D. Karr 
Carried forward. . 



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Doc, No. 12. 









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"5 >> 


5 
















i< & 


> 


Name of Person 




_ 




No. 


Date. 


Name of 
Substitute. 


*g 


| 


for whom 
Substitute was 




~ 


Bounty. 








-^ ***" 


Ji~ 


furnished. 




*"^ 










j~ P 


P *" 




c 


bb 












1 




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Brought forward. 






$437,700 


613 


April 10 


Thomas Carroll . . . 


A 


1 


George Russell 


19 


9 


400 


614 


' 


Ail}*. C. Hockernel. 


A 


3 


I). L. G. Don-am... 


7 


5 


900 


615 


1 Philip Mahon 


A 


3 


Moses Mitchell 


15 


6 


900 


61(5 


' Jeremiah Sullivan. 


A 


1 


Levi Huff 


21) 


8 


400 


617 


' Thomas Collins. ... 


A 


1 


John Ollicer.. 


L6 


6 


400 


618 




John McMillan. . . . 


A 


1 


John A. Mapes 


12 


9 


400 


619 


i 


John Hrrnvn. 


A 


3 


Win. S. Selleck 


4 


4 


900 


620 


' Thomas Murray. . . 


A 


1 


Chas. W. Griswold. 


18 


8 


400 


621 


' | Patrick Connelly.. 


A 


1 


Clans Tienkeri 


8 


4 


400 


622 


\pril 12 Isaac Harris 


A 


3 


Kdward R. Jones. . 


L8 


g 


900 


623 


April 11 James Weir 


A 


3 


Patrick Barrett. . . . 


2 


4 


400 


624 


April 12 William Stuart 


A 


1 


Jesse Collins 


15 




400 


625 


April 11 Thomas Retail . ... A 


1 


John Murray. . . . 


4 


4 


400 


62(5 


April 13 1 Henry Ginthen. . . . A 


1 


James McGrath 


7 


5 


400 


627 


jMathias Matthesen 


A 


1 


John J. Murphy. . . . 


7 


5 


400 






Total . . 












$445,700 


! ' ' 


1 " ' 







INDEX TO SUBSTITUTES. 



USTDEX. 



A 


Reg. No. 


Brown, Frederick 


Reg. No. 
311 


Anderson, Charles 


10 


Bailey, Edward 


300 


Atherton, George 


63 


Blake, Charles 


816 


Amos, James . . . 


64 


Barton, George 


322 


Anderson, Frederick. 


r>o 


Burnes, John 


. 325 


Adams, Edward 


175 


Bennett, H. C 


328 


Anderson, James 


289 


Bernard, Eugene 


349 


Anderson, David 


342 


Brown, George 


359 


Allen, Frederick 


500 


Bruke, Eli . . 


. 401 


Andrew, John. . . . 


500 


Buck, Theodore 


404 


Anderson, Lars. . . . 


538 


Burns, James 


42'i 


Anderson, James 


540 


Baker, William 


401 


Anderson, Charles 


656 


Banks, James 


4G4 


Alton, Ernest. 


5(59 


Bulger, John . . 


. 471 






Budd, Frederick 


.188 






Burghardf, August ... 


493 


B 




Blake, George A 


498 






Butler, John H 


499 


Bcckman, Karl 





Burton. Harry 


. . . 515 


buckhorst Frederick 


18 


Brown, William . . 


520 


Burke, Thomas 


4(i 


Blanc, John 


544 


Brown, William 


53 


Bernard, Vincent 


550 


Bownes, John .... 


09 


Bisby, Martin 


583 


Bonner, Kobert 


73 


Bareson, John 


593 


Barton, John . 


90 


Ball, Joseph W 


594 




Q7 


Brown John 


595 


Baired, James 


126 


Brown, John 


019 


Buckley, John 


135 






Boyle, Thomas 


137 






Bowen, Edward 


140 


c 




Barrett, James. . . . 


142 






Bael, Werner 


157 


Coleman, James 


27 


Brown, James : ... 


177 


Calin James 


40 


Baumkurtz. Baptist 


184 


Crosby, David TI 


43 


Brians, James 


208 


Crawford, William 


00 


Buck, John 


220 


Conroy, Michael 


80 


Brown, Charles 
Brown, John 


229 
230 


Clark, James 
Colskv, Jake 


128 

100 


Brown, Daniel 


254 


Christiansen Julius 


170 


Brasa, Frederick 


288 


Consldine. John . . . 


201 


Baker, Henry.. 


. . 294 


Collins, Matthew . . 


.. 211 



Doc. No. 12. 



526 





Reg. No. 


Cooper. Benjamin 


238 


Collins, Dennis 


245 


Cassidy, Christopher 


255 


Collins. Simon 


257 


Cunningham, Bartly*. .... 


266 


Cregier, Cornelius' 


277 


Chambers, Robert 


302 


Campbell, Frederick 


227 


Charboncault, Francis. . . 


332 


Conley, Edward 


336 


Clark, James 


368 


Gassier, Joseph 


381 


Costello, John 


386 


Cunningham, William. . . 


418 


Carmodv, Patrick ....... 


450 


Crosswell, William 


457 


Christ, Jacob 


503 


Callaghan, James 


511 


Cnllen, James 


508 


Cronen, William 


513 


Cannon, John 


527 


Coults, William 


537 


Carney, James 


535 


Campbell, Joseph 


555 


Cooley, John 


558 


Champion, Christopher. . 


564 


Creattv, Peter 


566 


Conner, Charles 


586 


Crome, Frederick 


609 


Carroll, Thomas 


613 


Collins, Thomas 


617 


Connelly, Patrick 


621 


D 




Drugan, John 


30 


Dah 1 burg, Gustav 


<i5 


Dowd, Patrick 


88 


Doster, Frederick 


94 


Dilution, Thomas 


106 


Dunn, Thomas 


'116 


Dornbuck, Otto 


122 


Davidson, Robert 


130 


Diederich, Frederick. . . . 


131 


Dolan, James 


132 


Denny, Cornelius 


141 


Duscnbury, William 


144 


Dwver, Thomas 


146 


Doyle, Thomas 


181 


Deroch, Michael , 


219 


Delehanty, Edward 


234 


Davis, James 


265 


Dumoulin, Charles 


311 


Dowd. John 


358 


Dillon. James 


387 


Downes, George 


427 


Dunn. James 


441 



Reg. No. 

Doorman, John 451 

Dawson, James 517 

Doyle, Patrick 518 

Doyle, Philip 581 

Davitr, John 592 



Edwards, William 1 27 

Emil, Martin 275 

Early, Jacob 344 

Eagan, Richard 408 

Entwistle, John 448 

Eagan, Thomas 501 

Entwistle, James 510 

Eagan, James 540 

Ellison, Charles 574 

Ellis, William 591 



Fischer, Charles 7 

Finn, Daniel 20 

Fir/james, Patrick 22 

Fisher, William 44 

Fields. George Henry 108 

Fallett. Louis : 107 

Frost. James 152 

Filler, Joim 169 

French, James W 178 

Flinn, Matthew 209 

Flanigan, William 235 

Fedderson, Peter H 260 

i-agan, Thomas. . . : 319 

Fitzpatrick, John 365 

Fleming, James 370 

Furor, Paul 372 

Flanagan, John 378 

Fenker, George 411 

Freeman, Martin 433 

Foster, John 468 

Foger, Frederick 470 

Falleson. Soren N 474 

Fplger, Henry P 517 

Fitzgerald. Edward 607 



G- 



Grannison, John 112 

Gill. John 117 

Gischwind, Mathias 115 

Griffin, John 161 

Gloede, William 20,s 

Girard, Emil 224 

Geisselman, John . . . ... 252 



527 



Doc. No. 12. 



Gran, Louis 

Gardner, Robert. . 

Gibbons, John 

Gordon, Robert. . . 

Giles, John 

Graham, Charles. . 

Gordon. John 

Griffiths, Philip... 
Gorman, Daniel. . . 
Gallagher, Francis 
Gillett, Thomas A. 
Galvin, William.. . 
Ginther, Henry. . . 



Reg. 



No 
253 
292 
335 
340 
374 
437 
400 
512 
551 
557 
577 
000 
020 



Isinael. Bizin. 



Reg. No. 
.. 274 



Jennings. James 58 

Joyce, "William 67 

Jandron, Joseph 80 

Jager, John 130 

Jones, William 143 

Jackson, Henry 23!) 

Janson, James 251 

Jones, John 390 

Jackson, Edward 412 

James, Flenry 40!) 

Jones, Henry 477 

Jackson, James 494 

Hober. Charles OInM H 

Howard, William 21 

Heiser, Charles 32 

Hetzel, William 48 

Halm, Frederick 4i) K 

Haslett, Samuel 50 ! 

Hnlsh, William 5(5 ] Keller, Gol tlieb 2 

Healey, John 72 i Kirbv, Thomas 10 

Hagan, Thomas 10!) Kilgour, William 1!) 

Hawkins, George 121 Kelly, George 23 

Halahan, John. 147 Kennedy. .Matthew 01 

Hinchy, Michael 15(5 j Kaiser, Herman 02 

Harris', James 108 Kearney, John 7s 

Hanley. Thomas 17!) Korner, Charles 87 

Hay, William Henry 192 Kelly, Paul its 

Ileery, Charles 210 | Kelly, James 125 

Holmes, John 231 Kelly, John 153 

Hayden, Edward 23(5 Killey, Louis 145 

Huth, Herman 281 Keating, John 174 

Hase, William 300 Kreichler, William 1!)1 

Haley, John J 315 | Kelly, Joseph 215 

Harrington, William 318 I Kelly, Joseph 222 

Hennessey, Peter 321 Kapp, Charles A 232 

Hill, Joseph 323 Keith, William 242 

Hubert. George ... 334 Kober, Joseph 2t9 

Hart, Timothy 343 Klapper, Edmund 2(54 

Holmes, Charles M 353 Kerrigan. James 279 

Hunt, James 303 Klain, Carl 280 

Hinkley, AdolphW 375 | Kuhlman, Charles 280 

Hinkel, Francis 379 j Kapp, Albert 291 

Heine, Andrew 398 | Kane, Peter 303 

Herzog. Sigismund 491 Kratch, Theodore 309 

Harris, Edward 490 Kirkwood, James 417 

Henry, John 497 King. William W 419 

Hancock, Samuel H 500 I Kenible. Alfred 425 

Hogan, James 532 ! Kellcy, William 487 

Hegeman, William 542 j King.' Thomas 521 

Herricks, John 575 Keliey, John 525 

Hockemal, August Charles. ... 014 Kettlesen, Christian 507 

Harri*. Isaac. . 022 j Kennedy, James 004 



Doc. No. 12. 



528 



L 


Reg. No. 
12 


Montgomery, George . . . 


Reg. No. 
220 


Mat/hews, John 


246 




13 


Miller, Henry 


...... 256 




41 


Muller, Chistian 


258 




103 


Moogan, John 


273 




104 


Muller, Gottleib 


285 




190 


Mitchell, William 


293 




270 


Mendro, John 


296 




295 


Mints, John G 


320 




305 


McKinsey, George 


338 




326 


Mayer, Henry 


345 




329 


Me Dermott, James 


348 




333 


McCormick, Kinney 


357 




351 


Moore, George 


371 




362 


McDougal, John 


373 




382 


Murphy, James 


380 




385 


McKenzie, Donald 


384 




388 


McDonald, Daniel 


392 




400 


McCann, John 


394 




432 


Maier, Jacob 


405 




435 


Meehan, James 


406 




452 


Mooney, William 


410 




458 


Maiicy, Morris 


416 




467 


McXamard, John 


422 




484 


Murphv. Timothy 


423 




485 


Moore. Charles 


429 




487 


Madden, Thomas 


434 




495 


Murphy, James 


436 


M 

Miller, August 


8 


Meier, Ehler 


444 


McBride, Thomas 


439 


Mount, Philip 


446 


McKnio'ht, John . 


.. 449 


Morse, Albert 


. . 455 


Meredith, Oswald 


459 


Masson, Theophile 


31 


Minturn, Michael 


472 


Muller. Franz 


34 


Mathes, William 


476 


Mitz, John 


38 


McCabe, Alexander 


482 


Mulligan John 


.45 


Moran, Michael 


509 


Meyer, John 


66 


Maitland, Thomas 


519 


Moore, John 


68 


Murphy, James 


526 


McGrath. John . ... 


74 


Maloney, John 


529 


Motz. Peter 


75 


Mclntosh, David 


.. 531 


Manning, James 


77 


Massot. Gustav 


533 


Morris, Thomas 
Mier, Charles 


81 
95 


Mitchell, Charles 


.. 534 


Moore, John H 


545 


Martin, John 


99 


Manuel, Leon 


. 547 


Murrv, John 


101 


Murray, James 


. . . . 560 


Merron, John 


129 


McGinnis. Ross 


562 


Mulligan, John 


. 138 


Maloy, Michael 


565 


Milete, Anionio 


139 


Monohan, Peter 


. . . 568 


Mulholland. Daniel . . . 


148 


McCann, John ... 


.. 571 


Meyer, Charles 


150 


Miller, John 


579 


Mohr, Joseph. . . ., 


160 


Mcllvaiu. Thomas.". .... 


. ... 580 


McXab. Hugh 


.162 


Murray, John. ... 


. . . 585 


Moonev. John 


173 


Monroe, Lewis 


.. 608 


McCarthy, James 


183 


Mahon, Philip 


615 


Merchant, Charles. 


. . 194 


McMillan, John 


618 


Manix, John 


. 196 


Murray. Thomas 


. 620 


Mevers. Georire. . . 


.. 205 


Matheson. Mathias . . 


.. 627 



529 



Doc. No. 12. 



N 



Neilson. Peter 

Newbery, Lewis 

Newton. Franklin. . . 

Noble, Robert 

Nelson, Jacob 

Nix, Michael 

Nixon. v\ illiam S. . . . 

Nesbit, Hugh 

Newman, Albert 

Nolan, Martin 

Nelson, .lohn 

Nichols, Benjamin D. 



; No 
82 
217 
228 
248 
282 
284 
3 8 
396 
543 
5K3 
572 
596 



Oakes, Peter 17 

O'Donnell, Patrick 188 

O'hrien, David 313 

O'Connor, Michael 354 

O'Bri. n. Dennis 361 

Oer. John 402 

Odell, William F 413 

Orthlaaf, Philip 420 

O'Connor, John 456 

O'Neil, John 523 

O'Brien, John 548 

O'Neil, John 582 



Parker, Richard 71 

Peterson, William 96 

Parker, .lames 100 

Peehin, Elvi 119 

Peterson, Andrew 124 

Poppham, John 134 

Perkins, John 198 

Paul, Tanatz 223 

Powers, Andrew 225 

Powers, Matthew 244 

Purcell, John 314 

Powers, Laurence 324 

Peters, J..lm 364 

Poole. William 447 

Powell, George 453 

Parker, John W 466 

Parkit, Samuel 4SO 

Pan, Jean 536 

Phinney, William 549 

Plunket, Edward 578 



Quinn, Peler 271 

, Thomas , 443 



Reg. No. 

Robert, Franz Valentine 3 

Rieb, Gust av 5 

Randal, Thomas 26 

Kohman, Frederick 21) 

Rosetigarden. Morris 35 

Riech, Joseph 36 

Roily, Allen 57 

Rietman, John George 79 

Hitter, Frederick 84 

Reilley, John 91 

Reardon, Daniel 154 

Roberts, William 165 

Robertson, Jxmes 180 

Reilley, William 182 

Rosenburg, Charles R 193 

Ilegv.il, Thomas 197 

Ilabb. Jacob 203 

Ryan. Jeremiah 214 

Roder, Herman 247 

Rodgers, Joseph 261 

Reide, James 268 

Ross, William 341 

Ry niker, Jacob 383 

Regan. John.... 414 

Rawley, James 454 

Radden, Martin 465 

Ryan, Joseph 505 

Russell, William 522 

Russell, Joseph 573 

Rowin, Philip 611 

Reyon, Thomas 625 



3 



Smith, Robert 1 

Sonnick, Theodore 4 

Sullivan, William 11 

Smidt, August 25 

Schweitzer, Frederick 33 

Schnieder, Jacob H 37 

Slilsley, Franz 51 

Beaton. James 54 

Starr, William 55 

Sachs. Emil 59 

Slender, Rudolph 76 

Schotter, Martin 83 

Schwarz. Car] 5 

Stanton. Harry 89 

Seymour. Samuel 105 

Scott, Waller 110 

Si evens, Francis 114 

Sc'hwenoM, John 123 

Smith. Thomas 151 

Stanton. William 155 

Smith. William 163 

Schneider, Karl 171 



Doc. No. 12. 



530 



Eeg. 

Sullivan. Jeremiah 

Shuhy. Danit'l F 

Schlick, Ferdinand 

Schmidt. William 

Smith. Philip 

Sachler, Peter 

Stuart, Charles 

Sterman, Lucius 

Stolz, Charles 

Springer. .Jacob 

Shufflin, Thomas 

Soule. George 

Shaw. Hugh 

Starks, Edward M. . . < 

Stolz. August 

Saner, Jacot) 

Somers. .James 

Shelly. \Vil1iam 

Snmahan. Peter 

Stone, Henry 

Spellman, Peter 

Sullivan. David 

Schuster. Conrad . 

Seitler. Emil 

Spinner, Franz 

Smidt, Carl 

Smith. John W 

StiU, Adam 

Shaughnessy. Michael 

Stevens, John 

Smith, -lohn 

Spellmnn, Martin 

Spillsburv. Benjamin 

Smith. Charles 

Smith. William 

Sullivan. Peter 

Sclnitz, Frederick 

Schiiman. Henry 

Smith Frederick 

Scholbach. Bernard 

Squires. Jonathan 

Souvira. Louis 

Smith, William 

Smith. George E 

Sullivan. Jeremiah 

Stuart, William 



No. 
172 
195 
199 
200 
212 
213 
221 
241 
243 
2(13 
267 
2G9 
272 
283 
291 
297 
299 
309 
337 
347 
350 
352 
35(5 
3 GO 
367 
407 
424 
430 
438 
440 
483 
486 
490 
492 
502 
504 
541 
553 



576 
589 
598 
601 
602 
616 
624 



Tracy. John 24 

Thomas, George 92 

Tavlor. Cornelius 102 

Tobin, John 118 

Trut, Arnold 159 

Thomas, John li;7 

Thiele. Herman Jacob 189 

S^rry, George E.. . . , , . ,.,;,... 207 



Troy. John 

ThoYnpson, James... 
Thompson, William. 
Tuohy, Matthew... . 
Trov," John. 



Reg 



Tottenhuff, Edward 

Touhy. Patrick L 

Thomas, Louis 

Trader, Theodore 

Thompson, George 

Templeton, William 

Turner, John 

Taylor, William 

Ta'tton. Morris 

Thompson. William 

Try dwell, Charles 

Tracy. Levi H 

Townsend. Michael 

Tye, James 



No. 
210 
237 

259 
301 
304 
376 
389 
397 
399 
415 
428 
462 
463 
481 
501 
584 
588 
603 
605 



Von Eickenfels, Leo Arthur. . . 39 

Vogus, Christian 170 

Von Hirabcl. Carl 187 

Van Bie/e. William 227 

Volbrecht. Edward 287 

Vanderburg, Anton 514 

Yarick, James Perry 599 



W 

Winan. William H 

Walker, John 15 

Waldron. Michael 28 

Walter, Jacob 37 

Weber. Jacob 47 

Wood. Georsre 52 

v alter, William 70 

Williams, John 93 

Williams. William G Ill 

Wyidner, Albert 113 

Webendorfer. Edwin 133 

White. Edward 149 

Wheeler. Patrick 164 

Ward. Frank 185 

Walls. Robert 202 

Williams. Thomas 204 

Wilson. .James 206 

Watt. David 233 

Williams, John H 240 

Williams, John 250 

Weber, Joseph i 2<;2 

Ward, James , . , 276 

wvstermyer. Jacob , 270 

Wolffensteln, Valentine; . n , . . . 2t0 



531 



Doc. No. 12. 



Keg 

Weinstock, Levi 

Whalen, James. 

Wahlron, Patrick 

Whalen, .John 

Whalen, Patrick 

Ward, Frank 

Wagner, Jolm 

Worhlers, Henry 

Wilson, Edward 

White, Richard 

Wilson, Martin 

Welsh, James 

Williams, Richard 

Watson. Joseph 

AVelsh, Stanley 

Walter, Henry 

White. John 

Walleson. S 

Wilson. Eugene 

Walker, Cornelius 

Welsh, Robert 

Williams. Joseph 

Wehlan, Henry 

Wilson, Thomas 

Wren, Alexander 



No. 
208 
307 
312 
331 
346 
355 
3<>6 
377 
393 
395 
421 
431 
442 
445 
409 
473 
475 
478 
479 
489 
524 
530 
539 
554 
59 



Reg No. 

Williams, George F 590 

Williams, John 597 

White, Joseph no<! 

Williams, George <>lo 

Wheeler, Albert <;12 

Weir, James 623 



Xbenggacher, Franz 339 

Y 

Young, John 330 



Zangnle, Otto Carl 42 

Zimmerman, Christian 151 

Zensoricb, Louis A 1^0 

Zirbold, Gottleib 403 



COMPLETE LIST 

OF PERSONS TO WHOM PREMIUMS WERE PAID FOR THE ENLIST- 
MENT OF SUBSTITUTES IN ANTICIPATION OF THE DRAFT, AND 
COUNTING UPON THE QUOTA OF THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK 
UNDER THE PRESIDENT'S CALL DATED DECEMBER 19, 1864, FOR 
THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND (300,000) MEN, FROM THE 28TH DAY 
OF SEPTEMBER, 1864, TO THE CLOSE OF RECRUITING ON THE 12TH 
OF APRIL,. 1865, GIVING REGISTERED NUMBER, DATE OF PAY- 
MENT, NAME OF PERSONS TO WHOM SUCH HAND-MONEY WAS 
PAID, NAME OF SUBSTITUTE FOR WHOSE ENLISTMENT SUCH 
HAND-MONEY WAS PAID, AND AMOUNT PAID. 



List of Persons to whom Premiums were Paid. 



No Date. 



premium was paid. 



i 1SG4. | 

Oct. 31 S. Garland .; Robert Smith 

Nov. 1 A. Riunpf Gottlieb Keller 

: P. Hot Robert F. Valentine 

3, Adolph Schmidt Theo. Sonnick 

4 -I. 1). Burns iiustav Riebe 

'George Wheeler Charles Hober 

5 W Davis .Charles Fischer 

i William Roth August Miller 



i Xov. 



Otto Schindler Karl Beckman 

George Meyer Charles Anderson. . 

E. Eb.bets.' iWilliam Sullivan... 

7 M. L. Steeps Cavl Ludwig 

G. A. Lasky ' Frederick Laaky . . . 

\ A. Glllespie William \Vinan., . . . 

George Campbell ! John Walker 

i M. J. Kearn Thomas Kerley . . . . 

9 ! M. L. Streeps .Peter Oakes 

[Charles Ran Fred'k Hnckhorst . . 

John Murphy William Kilyour . . . 

John Elmers Paniel Finn 

Thomas Beatty ; William Howard. . . 

Thomas Hagan : Palk Fit/, James . . 

Joseph Kinjj ;Gi or/e Kelly 

Thomas Hagan John Tracy 

'George Meyer .August Schmidt. . 

10 William Blalce [Thomas Handel. . . . 

Michael Cotter i James Coleman 

iCharles J). Barker Michael \Valdron... 

John Sawton Fred'k Rohman. . . . 

Thomas Cunningham J:>lm Drugun 

A. Cassard Theoi)hile Masson . 

11 Edward Sculock Charles llicser 

;Tlieodore Schroft Fred'k Schweitzer. 

| Herman Erichs Fran/. Mulier 

ICharles H Ridgway.,. ... M. Rosengarden.. . . 
j A. Cassard .' Joseph Riech 

John Shea... .. J. H. Schneider.... 



S50 
50 
SO 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



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No. 

38 
39 
40 
4! 
42 
43 
44 
45 
4G 
47 
4H 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
5G 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
02 
63 
64 
65 
GG 
67 
68 
69 ! 
70 
71 
72 
73 

74 ; 
75 
7<S 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 


Date. 


Name of person to whom 
premium was paid. 


Name of Substitute 
for whom enlistment 
premium was paid. 


Am't deposit- 
ed for premi- 
um and paid 
therefor. 


1864. 
Nov. 12 

u 

Xov. 14 
Nov. 15 

Nov. 17 

" 
u 

Nov. 18 
Nov. 19 


A. Cassard 


Brought forward 


$1,850 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
20 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
20 
30 
20 
50 

$4.090 


John Mitz 


Herman Hanson 


L. A. Von Eichenflls 


A. Cassard 


James Calvin. ... 


A. F. Brown 
Rudolph Hernam 


John Lack 
Carl 0. Zangerle 


James Cowie 


David H. Crosby 


V. S. Doebler . . . 


William Fisher 


Lewis Germain 


John Mulligan 


Frank McGraw 
L Lazarus 


Thomas Burke 
Jacob Weber 


Edward Duffy 


William Hetzel 


Thomas Sheridan 


FredericK Halm 


Matthew Haslett 


Samuel Haslett 


Henry Rusch 
John 'Sullivan 


Franz Stilsby 
George Wood. 


John Pembroke. . . , 
George Clark 


William Brown 


James Seaton 


Jacob Gross 


William Starr 


John Winne 


William Hu sh 


John Robinson 


Allen Roily 


James Jennings 


James Jennings 


M. Wallace . . 


Emil Sachs 


Thomas Ryan. 


William Crawford 


William Roy 


Matthew Kennedy I 


P. Conway 


HciTiin.n KaisiT 


Gilbert Rosbrock George Atherton 
James Amos iJames Amos 
A. F. Kindberg Gustav Dahlhero- 


Theodore Scliom 


John Meyer. 


Michael Noonan 


William Joyce . , 


Herman Erichs 


John Moore : 


William A. Reid 


John Bownes 


Frederick Plealer 


Wilhelm Walter 


John Orr 


Richard Parker 


William Buckley . : 


John Heafey ' 


.lames Brown 


Robert Homier 


John Robinson 


John McGrath 


John Wynne 


Peter Motz 


Michael Noonan : 


R.nrlolnh St.enhcr 


Morris Kane i James Manning ' 
John Kewn.. John Kenrnev 


" .lolin Zurcher J. (i. Rtetmann 


N'ov. 21 
N'ov. 22 


J. Clark 


fosenh Jandron . . . 


George Young 'Thomas Morris . i 


August Brown iPet.nr Neilson. 


William Schneider i 
(Jharies Seidel 


Martin Schottler 


b'red'k Ritter 




Carried forward.. . 



537 



Doc. No. 12. 



No. Date. 


Name of person to whom 
premium was paid. 


Name of Substitute 
for whom enlistment 
premium was paid. 


Ain't deposit- 
ed for premi- 
um and paid 
therefor. 


1864. 
85 Nov. 22 
86 " 
87 " 
88 
89 Nov. 23 
90 
91 
92 u 
93 " 
94 Nov. 25 
95 
96 
97 
98 " 
99 " 
100 
101 iNov. 26 
102 
103 " 
104 " 
105 ! " 
106 ,Nov. 28 
107 |Nov. 2!) 
108 
109 ; " 
110 
111 
112 
113 i " 
114 ! u 
115 Nov. 30 
116 j " 
117 u 

118 ! " 

119 " 

120 ; " 

121 
122 u 
123 , ' 
124 u 
125 , " 
126 
127 ' " 
128 
129 ,Dec. 1 
130 
131 


Jacob Miller 


Brought forward 


$4,090 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
30 
50 
50 
50 
30 
30 
30 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
20 
50 
50 
50 
60 
60 
50 
60 
50 
30 
50 
50 
50 
50 
20 
20 
50 

$6.250 


Carl Schwarz 


Thomas Currin 


Michael Corirov 


J. M. Welsh 


Charles Korner 


John H. Van Tassel 


Patrick Dowd . . . 


Samuel Lee 


Harry Stanton .... 


Murk Lanigan 


John Barton 


Henry Kensing 


James lieilly 


Patrick Murrv . . . . . 


(jleor (r e Thomas 


\V. H. Fishlv ~. 


John Williams . . 


Silonia Kotler 


Fred'k Doster 


J. H. Van Tassel 
John Robinson 


diaries Mier 


William Peterson 


David Aldridge 


John Benton 


Michael L Foy 


Paul Kelly 


William Reid .... 


John Martin 


Thomas Monaghan 
Peter Donnelly 


James Parker 


John Murray 


Thomas McKenzie 


Cornelius Taylor 


Gust-av Lutz 
Patrick Cluhl v 


Frederick Lutz 
John Lawn 


Samuel Seymour 


Samuel Seymour 


John Callahan 


Thomas Dundon 


James H Simms 


Louis Fallet 


William Costello 


G. Henry Fields 
Thomas Hagau 


John Devine - . 


J. Jacobs 


Walter Scolt 


William 3eorge Williams. 
Christian Lutz 
Theodore Howse n . . . 


Win Goo Williams 


John Grannasson 
Albert Weidner . . . 


Louis H. Soadheim 
John H. Denniston . . . 


Francis Stevens 


Mat. Gerschwind 


Francis W. Thompson 
Francis W. Thompson 
Francis W. Thompson 
Louis Canus 


Thomas Dunn 


John Gill 


John Tobin 


Eloi Pechin 


James iH'own 


Fred'k Anderson 


James Brown 


George Hawkins 


Thomas Burke 
Herman Stedler . . . 


Otto Dornbrich 


John Schwenold 


John F Coviivton 


Andrew Peterson 


Barney Vedder 

John NIcCluskv 


James Kelly 
lames Baird 


John McClusky 
John McClusky 


William Edwards 
James Clark 
John Morrow 


John (ioft' 


Robert Duulap 
Frank Commlosey 


Robert Davidson 
Fred'k Deiderick 




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Doc. No. 12. 



538 



Date. 



Name of person to whom 
premium was paid. 



Kame of Substitute 

for whom enlistment 

premium was paid. 



1864. : Brought forward $G,250 

132 Dec. 1 John Sullivan James Dolan SO 

133 ! " i Frank Commlosey E. Wcbendorfer j 50 

134] " John Leison jJohnPoppan | 50 

135 ! " Charles D. Baker i lohn Buckley ; 50 

136 I '' Benjamin Franklin 'John Jager ; 50 

137 .Dec. 2 John Sullivan Thomas "Boyle 30 

138 i " i Thomas McGrane John Mulligan 50 

139 I " j Francis Vincent Antonio Mileti 50 

140 " i William Cosiello Edward Bowen | 50 

141 : " [Daniel Hogan Cornelius Denny 50 

142 li Martin Oriscoll '....James Barrett i 50 

143 i ' !Otto Bihnken ;\Villiam Jones I 30 

144! ' I Frank Schlinghoff ;Wm. Dusenbery i 50 

145 j ' |B. Brannasjan 'Lewis Klley... 50 

HO Dec. 3 .lames Watson Thomas IKvyer ] 30 

147 j ' John Hallahan John Hallalian 3') 

148 i ' Patrick O'Rourke Daniel Mnlholland 50 

149 ' Edward White Ed ward White I 50 

150 ! " i Theodore Schroff I Charles Meyer j 50 

151 ! " I. II. Sirnms Thomas Smith | 50 

152i " Merry Madden i James Frost ! 50 

153 i " i.lohn Fi.'lM IJohn Kelly i . 50 

154 Dec. 5 ; Bryan Ladder lOantel Reardon 20 

155' u George Buchanan William Stanton : 20 

156 " i Michael Hinchy Michael Hlnchy so 

157! " IF. Snrsdo ff . .". Worrier Bael \ 50 

158 I " i F. Sursdorff Chris. Zimmerman i 50 

1 59 | " F Sursdorff : Arnold Trub ; 50 

160; " i Louis Roff i loseph Mohr i 50 

161 " 'Edward Dubois John Griffin : 50 

162 Dec. 6 Charles II. Ridgway Hnu'li McNab i 30 

163 liec. 5 Patrick Dunn William Smith i 50 

164 " 'James Carroll i Patrick Wheeler I 50 

165 Dec. 6 Robert Cook ; William Roberts 50 

166 " :Morritz Colsky Jake Colsky I 50 

167 ' i Francis Pett.it i John Thomas ' 50 

168 " John Rieker James Harris I 50 

169 " John Fil er John Feller j 50 

170 " ICharles Bentz Christian VO-JTUS 50 

)71 Dec. 7 Frederick Aims Karl Schneider ; 20 

17'2 '" Stephen Vail Jeremiah Sullivan I 50 

173 " i William Roden Jehu Mooney i 50 

174 u Thomas Keating John Keating ' 50 

175 " Frederick Baeger Edward Adams 50 

176 u John Dorll Julius Christianson i 50 

1 77 i " ! lohn Crosby James Brown ' 50 

178 Dec. 8 Barney Vid'der |Jas. W. French ! 50 

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539 



Doc. No. 12. 



Date. 



Name of person to whom 1 
premium was paid. 



Name of Substitute 

for whom enlistment 

premium was paid. 



179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
J91 
192 
193 
19-1 
195 
191) 
197 
198 
19!) 
200 
201 
202 
203 
204 
205 
200 
207 
208 
209 
210 
211 
212 
213 
'214 
2F> 

2i<; 

217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 



18G4. 
Dec. 8>Patrick Ufanley... 



Dec. 



Dec. 



|D H 

Dec. K 



Dec. 



Dec. 



Dec. 



J)ec. 



Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 



Brought forward 

. . Thomas Hainley 

Terrence Drew .James Robertson 

Oliver W. Scott .... Thomas Doyle 

William Riley William Reilly 

9 John T \vomi-y James McCarthy 

William Hurtling Baptist Kannakratz 

, Kuril Loux Frank Ward 

:Josh. Mengenbach Louis A. Zeniovich 

! Charles Fish Carl Von Himbel 

10 Michael Putell Patrick O'Donnell 

; August Schmidt i Herman .). Theile 

jLouis H. Sandheim Ernest Lefevre 

Paul Christiansen Win. Kreiclder 

[James Gorman William H. Hay 

John Dunn 'harles K. Rosenburg... . . . 

M Allick ' 'harles Merchant 

12] William Stratton Daniel Sheehy 

i A. Lyons John Manix .' 

F. Flaherty Thomas Reuan 

'ohn Kairier ; John Perkins 

John Sullivan i Ferdinand Schlick 

William Hoas \ William Schmidt 

I'enis Spielesey -John Considine 

14 ' lames Graham Roberts Watts 

Alatone Cambut Jacob Rabb 

Isaac Cunningham Thomas Williams 

1 '. Wat-on.. 'George Meyers 

i-losh Trittenbach i lames Wilson 

15 Theodore .-kidmore George E. Terry 

Charles stanger , William Gloede 

Thomas Cassidy ; Matthew Flynn 

lohn McEvoy. John Troy..'. 

1C Patrick Moran | Matthew Collins 

i Ti'omas Sullivan Phili]) Smith 

i H'rank Commlosey Peter Lochler 

: William Carter Jeremiah Ryan 

William Carter Joseph Kelly 

lames MoArde Charles Herry 

17 Henry Suhler Lewis Xewbtirg 

Samuel Brevoort James Hriggs 

i William Ge. ry Michael Darsch 

19 Stephen Boyle George Montgomery 

2i! Daniel Sn livan Charles Smart j 

21 Patrick Fitzgerald Thomas Kelly ; 

" Joseph PauL Ignatz Paul 

11 S. Mortzly Kuril Gerard 

Dec. 22 Andrew Powers. . . . . Andrew Powers ; 



$8,590 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
30 
50 
50 
60 
50 
30 
30 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
30 
30 
50 
30 
30 
50 
30 
60 
50 
50 
50 
20 



Carried forward | $10,550 



Doc. No. 12. 



540 



No. 



Date. 



Name of person to whom; 
premium was paid. 



Name of Substitute 

for whom enlistment 

premium was paid. 



1111 



1864. ' Brought forward. . 

226 Dec. 22 Henry Rolff ', John Buck.. 

227 " I William Homan ;Wm. Van Bfeze 

228 " j Carrie Newton Franklin Newton. .. 

229 j " William Gillespie Charles Brown 

230 j " ! William Parker John'Brown 

231 iDec. 23 l John Holmes j.Jolm Holmes 

232 " Charles A. Rapp i Charles A. Rapp 

233 " William Parker David Watt 

234 " Edward Dclihenty Edward Delihenty. . , 

235 ;Dec. 26'Benj. Buckman ; William Flanigan... 

236 j ib jEdward Hayden Edward Hayden. . . . 

237 | " jThomas Garinan | James Thompson. .. 

238 " L. Spencer Benjamin Cooper... 

239 Dec. 27 Henry Jackson Henry Jackson 

240 j " | Bernard S. Clark John H . Williams. . . 

241 Dec. 28 Francis Shuttle Lucius Steinmann. . 

242 u i Jacob Bell William Keith 

243 " Augustus Keller Charles Stolz 

244 " ;James W. Wilson ! Matthew Power 

245 ! " Dennis Gollen : Dennis Cullen 

246 Dec. 29 John Grew John Matthews 

247 " |Jacob Feist Herman Roder 

248] " ! Michael Kinsley Robert Noble 

249 " William Kelin Jacob Kober 

250 " 'George Stevens | John Williams 

251 iDec. 30 Edward Gorman James Janson 

i 1865. ! 

252 Jan. 4.0tman Geissalman John Geissalmann. . 

253 j ' 'John Sullivan \ Louis Gran 

254 I " ! Patrick Riordan ' Daniel Brown 

255 | " jJohn Cassidy Christopher Cassidy, 

256 ; u Charles Williams Henry Miller 

257 Jan. 6 Hugh McGovern ; Simon Collins 

258 i " | Bernard Schaft'er : C'nristian Mnller. ... 

259 ! " John Kiernan William Thomson... 

260 j " Christopher Pruster P. H. Fedderson 

261 ; " 'Joseph Rodgers Joseph Rodgers 

262 -Jan. 7 Joseph Fligant Joseph Weber 

263 Jan. 9 Joseph Grfmer Jacob Springer 

264 " Matthew McQuade ! Edmond Klopper... 

265 Jan. 10 J. McCoy James Davis 

266 Jan. 11 William R. Savage B. Cunningham 

267 ' IGeorge Shufflin Thomas Shufflin. . . . 

268 ; " ;Micliael Daly James Reede 

269 ' I Philip Soul e Oeorge Soule 

270 Jan. 13 John Kregar \ Henry Lobstein 

271 ' Charles McKenna Peter Quinn 



$10,550 
20 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
f>0 
50 
30 
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50 
50 
50 
50 

50 
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50 
30 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
30 
50 
50 
60 
20 
50 



Carried forward | $12,710 



541 



Doc. No. 12. 



Xo. Date 


Name of person to whom 
premium was paid. 


Name of Substitute 
for whom enlistment 
premium was paid. 


"& 3 

:T "H o 

:i 5 

*i- ~* 

^ W ^ ^J 


1865 




Brought forward . . . 


12,710 


272 Jan. 

273 ' 


14 Henry Byrne 
Henry Byrne 


Hugh Shaw 
John Mor <r an 


30 

30 


274 " 


H enry Byrne 


Be ir in Ismael 


50 


275 " 
276 " 
277 Jan 


Henry Byrne 
! Henry Byrne 
17'Oorneiius Cregier 


Martin Emil 
James Ward 
Cornelius regier .. 


50 
50 
20 


278 " 
279 Jan. 
280 Jan 


: S. Grutterinan 
18! John Stevenson 
19 William Burtleinan 


J. Wesrermeyer 
James Kerrigan 
Carl Klean 


50 
50 
30 


281 Jan 


24 Herman H nth 


Herman Huth 


50 


282 Jan. 
283 Jan 


26 Jacob Nelson 
27 John Warren 


lacob Nelson 
Edward M. Starks. . . . 


30 

50 


284 i u 


i Christian Nix 


MichiH'l Nix 


50 


285 f.Jan. 

286 Jan 


28 Francis Schutte 
30 Louis Miller 


Gottlieb Mullcr 
Chas Kiihlmann 


50 
50 


287 " 


Alexander Hoch . . 


Edward Vollbricht 


50 


288 " 


Charles Brown 


Frederick Hrasa. . . .... 


50 


289 " 


J. A. Oonwav 


lames Anderson 


50 


290 ' 


'Valentine Wolfeiistein . . . 


Val. Wolfeiistein 


60 


29 1 Feb 


8 August Stolz 


Au <r ust Stolz 


50 


292 u 


Robert Gardner 


Robert Gardner 


50 


293 " 


i Alexander Graham 


William Mitchell . 


50 


294 u 


Louis Klein .... 


Henry Baker .... 


50 


295 i " 


Mrs. Alice Lahy. . .. 


Edward Lahy 


50 


296 ' u 


[August Mendro 


John Mendro 


50 


997 ! " 


Heiii'v Martens 


Jacob Sauer 


50 


29K " 


Susan Weinstock 


Levi Weinstock 


50 


299 " 


John Lougnlin 


James Somers 


50 


300 " 


Robert McCauley 


Hare William ... 


30 


301 Feb. 


9' Patrick Tuohv 


Matthew Tuohv 


50 


302 Feb 


11 'Francis Houston .... 


Kobert Chambers 


50 


303 Feb 


13 Julius Warner 


Peter Kane 


50 


304 Feb. 


14 Michael Maher 


John Trov 


50 


305 " 


jJulius Warner 


Charles Lambert 


60 


306 Feb 


16 Edward Bally 


Edward Bailey 


100 


307 * 


i Michael O'Brien 


James Whalen 


100 


308 ' ' 


William S. Nixon 


William S. Nixon 


100 


309 ' 


Richard Keenan 


William Shellv 


100 


310 


J. A. Weberslein .... 


C. H. Desmoulin 


100 


311 ' 


James Calkins 


Frederick Browne 


100 


312 ! ' 


'John Hancock 


Patrick Waldron 


100 


313 Feb. 


17 William O'Brien 


David O'Brien 


100 


314 


John O'Donnell 


John Purcell 


100 


315 ' 
316 ' 


John O'Donnell 
Francis Smith- 


John J. Halev 
Charles Blake 


100 
100 


317 ' 


Albert Mooger 


Jacob Walter 


100 


318 ' ' 


W}lliam Harrington 


Wm, Harrington 


100 






Carried forward. . . 


$15,580 



Doc. No. 12. 



542 



No. ! Date. 



Name of person to whom 
premium was paid. 



Name of Substitute 

for whom enlistment 

premium was paid 



319 
320 
321 
322 
323 

325 
326 
327 
328 
329 
S30 
331 
332 
333 
334 
335 
336 
337 
338 
339 
340 
341 
342 
343 
M4 
3-15 
346 
347 
348 
349 
350 
351 
352 
353 
354 
355 
356 
357 
358 
359 
3liO 
361 
362 
363 
364 



Feb. 



Feb. 



1 865. Brought forward . . 

Feb. IS John H. Doyle Thomas Pagan 

John G. Mintz |John G. Mintz 

" [Charles Holster Peter Hennessy 

j Feb. 20: F. C. Donnelly George Barton 

loseph Hill Joseph Hill 

Lawrence Powers Lawrence Powers. . . 

" ; Peter Calkin John Barnes 

" Thomas < 'anen i Richard Lucas 

" | Robert Riley | Frederick Campbell 

" j A. L. Taylor j Henry C. Bennett. . . 

" i i-'rank Leman I Frank r.enian 

Feb. 21 Mary Young John Young 

' John VVhalen i John Whalen 

" j David McCleech. |F. Charb mcault 

' , William Sprig jy |Tliomas Lawson 

" ILL. Taylor ;(ieorge Hubert 

' jJohn Lowery John Gibbons 

" Peter Hughes 'Edward Conley 

" i.John O'Donnell JP. O. Sumahan 

" Charles O'Leoriard George McKenzie. . . 

" Henry Chile ! ''. Xbeuggacher 

Feb. 22!>V. M. Hibbard Robert Gordon 

" I A'illiam Koss William Ross 

" |J 'ines Coburn j David Anderson 

" Ellen Hart, ri'imoihv Hart... 



Leopold Swarf z Jacob Early ; 

j William Schroeder Henry Ma\er 

! Pat rick \Vhalen Patrick VVhalen ' 

23 'G. VV Mark j H enry Stone 

! I'errence Fitzpatrick Jas. McDenuott 

j James G. Charlton j Eugene Bernard 

ID. Cornell j Peler Spellman ' 

i Peter Lawson Peter Lawson ' 

David Hartnett [David Sullivan ; 

! Andrew Lewis jChas. M. Holmes ! 

jMiclmel O'Connor |.VI. O'Connor 

Nicholas Vandewa'l | Frank Ward I 

Xichohis Hamelbach iConrad Schuhsler ' 

ji'arthage Lyons K. McCormick ; 

24l Daniel \\ T . Stillwell | John Dowd j 

Stephen Gordon George l<rown 

Yost Botzes. . j Emil Seitler i 

JJohn Shea Dennis O'Krien ! 

Alfred Love ; \lfred Love. 

25 James Grimnond James Hunt: 

Philip Hall 'John Petefs\ ; 

James Dolan John Fitzpatrick i ...,;] 

j' 
Carried forward ...,.;.*; 



$15,580 
100 

75 
105 
100 
H'O 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

75 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

K!0 

I'On 

100 

no 

100 
100 
100 
. 100 
100 
100 

100 

100 
100 
100 
100 
I'O 

lOo 

A r 

10 

loo 

100 



543 



Doc. No. 12. 



No. i Date. 



Name of person to whom' 
premium was paid. 



Name of Substitute 

for whom enlistment 

premium was paid. 





1865. 






Brought forward . . . 


....! 20,205 


366 


Feb. 25 


Susan Wagner 


,John Wagner 


1 100 


367 


i 


Henrv 


Bentah 


. . i Franz Skinner 


i 100 


368 


44 Philip Hall 


- .James Clark 


.... | 100 


369 


Feb. 27 


J. li. Hoffa 


. . Thvo. Kn itch 


50 


370 


iJohn Allen 


,. James Fleming 


.... 100 


371 


n 


Joshua 


Burns 


. . liJeorire Moore 


100 


372 


14 Andrew Brown 


Paid Fnrer 


. . . . 1 100 


373 


J. H. Lvons 


. . John McDongal 


KiO 


374 


ii 


John G 


iles 


. -John Giles 


100 


375 


4 ' 


Adolph 


W. Hinkley. . . 


. ..; Adolpli vv. Hinklev. . . 


100 


376 


n 


Josej)h 


Kevser 


. . ' Edward Tottenhni't. . . 


100 


377 


Henry Fitzmiller 


. i Ilenrv \Vohlers 


100 


378 


kt . 1*. J. McQneeney 


John Flanagan 


100 


37'.) 





Francis 


iiinkle 


. Francis 11 inkle 


i 100 


380 


Feb. 28 


, 1'errence McMahon. . . 


. . .i.lames Murphv 


i 100 


381 


, Philip Hall., 


Joseph Tassier 


100 


382 


'< 


Joshua 


Exline 


. . . Joseph Lenart 


10 


38:5 


44 Jacob Urich 


. . i lacob Rvnilo-r 


i 100 


384 


< 


i Jo^epii 


Hicks 


. i Donald McKenzh). . . . 


100 


385 


44 Uacob Urich 


- [ Robert Ludwfg 


100 


380 


u 


1'errence McMahon . . . 


. . .John Co^lello 


100 


387 


' John Kehoe 


. . fames Dillon 


100 


"388 


44 li. Chandler 


. . Benjamin Lewis 


100 


389 


" ' I imothv Grady 


. . .(Patrick L. Tuohy 


100 


390 


Mar. 1 


fosepn 


Jones 


. . . iohn Jones 


100 


391 


Any:. Zimmer 


Albert Kopp 


100 


31)2 


u 


Edward Roache 


.. -Daniel McDonald 


100 


393 


Mar. 2 


M J. 


'Horke 


. . . Edward \vilson 


I 100 


394 


Mary E. McCann 


. . IJohn McCann 


100 


395 


' 


, tennis 


Duujjan . . ... 


. . . ilicliard White 


100 


b'.iii 4i i Michael Smith 


. - . Hii-rh Nesbit 


100 


397 


!.Mar. : 


Michael Jost 


., . 1 Louis Thomas 


loo 


39S 


i Herman Erichs 


Andrew Heine 


100 


399 




Henry 


\Voolf irt 


. . . Theodore Trader 


100 


400 


Mar. 7 


Thomas Magrane 


. . . Iohn Lvo, s 


! 100 


401 




jGeorgt 


Sclienian 


. .. Bli Burke 


i 50 


402 


' 


i.iohn I 


. Diiigledine . . 


. . .iJ'ihn Orser 


100 


40:; 


44 IJohn B Diiigledine. . . 


. . Gotleib Ziebold 


100 


404 


" Aiiii. Orpen 


. . . riieo.lore Beci\ 


loo 


405 


" 


Albert 


Lander 


. . 1 lacob M;iier 


100 


406 


44 John O'Brien 


. . . James Meehan 


110 


407 


" Carl Smidt. 


. . . ' 'arl Smidt 


.... 100 


408 


44 Richard Eagart . . 


. . . Richard Kugan 


100 


400 


u 


'i CIll'V 


Uuin 


... . enrv James 


100 


410 


u 


Thonia 


- Magrane 


. . <V ,\ iain Mooney:. . . . 


. ! 100 


4U 


it 


Robert Campbell .... 


.. Georsre Fenker . .. 


100 


4i2 


" 


T. M; t 


>race. . I .;...:. 


. . . Edward Jackson. . . . 


, . . , ' 100 



Sarricd forward . 



$24,780 



Doc. No. 12. 



544 



Date. 



N'ame of person to whom 
premium was paid. 



Name oi" Substitute 

for whom enlistment 

premium was paid. 



I 18C5. i : Brought forward j 524,780 

413 Mar. 7 Edward Gaffney ! Viiiiam T. Odell 100 

414 Mar. 8M H. liyan ' John Kegan | 100 

415 " George Thompson George Thompson i 100 

41(5 " jJ. B Bracket .../ I Morris Marley 100 

417 " George McKay James Kirkwood | 100 

413 u ! Elizabeth Cunningham .. IWm. Cunningham j 100 

419 " i William W. King |A'm. W.King I 100 

420 " Frank Orthlaaf Philip Orthlaaf ' 100 

421 ' " Ellen Harrison Martin \ils..n : 100 

422 'Mar. 9 John Donohue John McXamara i 100 

423 ' " j lohn O'Xeil Timothy Murphy j 100 

424 I u \ Henry Casey | John W. Smith | 100 

425 i " i Alfred Kemble iAlfivd Kemble lOo 

426; " | Bridget Burns James Burns ; 100 

427 ! ' iJ. E. Gode George Downes j loo 

428 ' " iCharles W. Morris : Win. Templeson I 100 

429 Mar. 10 James Welclon !Ch .rles Moore i 100 

430 ; " i Henry Lohemann jAdarn Stidtz j loo 

431 ! " iW.A.Wolf James Welsh ; 100 

432 > ' 1 William Ackerman Henry Link ; 100 

433! " Michael Mitchell Martin Freeman | 100 

434 " Michael Mitchell Thomas Madden 100 

435 ' James Me Donough i Henry Lewis ' 100 

430 i " J.C.Curtis James Murphy j 100 

437 " .J.C.Curtis 'Charles Graham, ' 100 

438 j " John Mack M. Shaugliiiessy j 100 

439! u Thomas Cotton Thomas McBricle 100 

440 u Henry King John Stevens 100 

441 ' William Oalton James Dunn 50 

442 .Mar. 11 Edward J. Burke Richard Williams ; 100 

443 " James Keenan Thomas Quinlau 100 

444 u Ehler Meier Ehler Meier 10o 

445 Mar. 13 William Steurewald Joseph Watson ' 100 

44P ' Philip Mount Philip Mount j 100 

447 u William Barney William Puole 50 

448 Mar. 14 Josh Mayer John Entwistle : 100 

449 " John McCoy John McKnight 100 

450 ' U. Van Sickle Patrick Carmody i loo 

451 il Peter Tilyou John Dorman 100 

452 " Joshua Coburn George IJndsay ' 100 

453 " George Powell George Powell' ' lt>o 

454 " Martin J. Higgins James Rawley 100 

455 " John Bailey. ; Albert Morse 100 

456 " Patrick Morrisej' John O'Connor 100 

457 " Jot n Bailey I William Cras well loo 

4^ a " Patrick Lynn Patrick Lynn 100 

459 " Henry Hayes ... , , 0. B. Meredith , 100 

Carried forward . 



,545 



Doc. No. 12. 



No. 



Date. 



Name of person to whom 
premium was paid. 



*-s2 

Name of Substitute i=-E ~^ 

for whom enlistment OU'B~ 

premium was paid. j^.c <s 



460 
461 
402 
463 
464 
465 
466 
467 
468 
469 
470 
471 
472 
473 
474 
475 
476 
477 
478 
479 
480 
481 
482 
483 
484 
485 
486 
487 
488 
489 
490 
491 
492 
493 
494 
495 
496 
497 
498 
499 
500 
501 
502 
503 
504 
505 
506 



1865 i Brought forward. . 
Mar. l-i John Gordon John Gordon 

" Charles < lemens William Baker 

" 'James McDonough John Turner 

" '.James McDonougb William Taylor 

" James Me Donough James Banks 

" -James McDonough Martin Raddiri 

' James McDonough John W. Parker 

" iJarues McDoiiMigh [Charles Lewis 

Mar. 15 Patrick McHugh iJolin Foster 

" |W.L Starka Stanley- Welsh 

'' Henry Behr Fred. W. Foger 

" Margaret Bulger I.John HuK'er" 

" William O. Burke jMichael Minturn 

" Gustavfis Fairman... Henry Walter 

" Marja Fallesen Soreri W. Fallesen 

" John White 'John White 

" Henry Samory William Mat.hes , 

Mar. 1C ! P. H 'Kearney Henry Jones 

G. Swanson. '. 1 S. P. "Wallersen 

u P J. Hanbury Eugene Wilson 

u Ijohn J. Kehoe iSaaiuel Parkit 

" I C. Acker Morris Tal-ton 

' Edward O'Brien Alexander McCabe. . . 

Mar. 17 Josh. Smith lolm Smith 

" i William L Coles 'Patrick Langdon 

u Joshua Burns Andrew Lardy 

" IMartin Spellman ; Martin Spellm'an 

" : Charles K. Miles William Kelley 

Mar. 18 Frederick Budd .i Frederick Build 

i Patrick Daly 'Cor. Walker (col ). . . . 

u Benjamin Salisbury Benj. Spillsbury 

u George Leverding .Seigismund Her/og.. 

u Charles Wilson.. Charles Smitii 

" Christopher Beh August Burghart 

F. Smith James Jackson 

John Flaherty Theodore Lacey 

' 'Edward Harris Kdward Harris 

u Michael Derby John Henry 

'George A. Blake Geo. A . Blake 

Bridget Sullivan John H. Butler 

' J. H. Lyon Samuel H. Hancock.. 

' Robert Forsyth William Thompson.. 

'' i Phi lip Stevens William Smith 

'* Jacob Christ '.Jacob Christ 

(i Bridget BuJHvan ;Peter Sullivan 

T, 30 James Eaguu Joseih Uyan 

' ,Richar4 Gallagher Jolin Andrews 



$29,380 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
JOO 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
50 
100 

loo 

100 

100 

50 

75 

50 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

50 

50 

100 

50 

100 

50 

50 

100 

100 

100 



Carried forward ; S33,C55 



Doc. No. 12. 



546 



No. Date. 



Name of person to whom 
premium was paid. 



Name of Substitute i =. ~ c 
for whom enlistment \~~~--2, 
premium was paid. ** 



| 18G5. i i Brought forward 

507 Mar. 14 Thomas Eagan Thomas Eagan 

508 ' Ellen Culleu {James Culien 

509 " [Michael Moran Michael Moran 

510 ! " 1 harles E. Simpson Fred'k Allen 

511 j " J. O. Acker James Callahtin 

512 JMar. 22 Philip Griffiths 1'hillip Griffiths 

513 ' [William Cronin ; William < roniu 

514 " Peter Hornlin Anton Vanderburg 

515 i u Charles L. Grand > Harry L. Burton 

516 ' James Entwiatle ; lames Entwistle 

517 Mar. 23 Henry P. Folger Henry P. Folger 

518 ( u .Pal rick Doyle I Patrick Doyle 

519 Mar. 24 Charles Smith rhon.as Mairland 

520 " Charles Smith William Browu 

521 ! ' [Charles Smith I'liomas King 

522 ! ' : Win. Russell : William Russell 

5 | " i iohn O'Xeil :John O'Xeil 

524 i " ' Patrick Riu'uey Itobert Welch 

525 | " John Kelly -John Kelly 

526 ' " i William Murphy ....Matnes Murphy 

527 ! ' [ lohn Cannon. .. [John Cannon'. 

528 I ' Charles E. Hanison I Thos. H. Johnston 

529 'Mar. 25 William Kelly [John Moloney 

5:iO i John Tliompsou. 'Joseph Williams 

531 i " Charles E. Sampson | David Mclntosh 

532 |Mar. 27;John White j.lames Hogan 

53;i ' ;.Jules Gerard iGustav Massot 

534 " Charles Mitchell Charles Mitchell 

535 i " i Frank C. Donnelly James Carney 

536 ! " Jules Gerard Jan Pau 

537 I " Charles H. Whalen I William Coults 

538 ! " M. Ezekiel !Lars Anderson 

539 i " Charles Weissman Henry Wehlen 

540| " J. Johnson i. lames Eagan 

541 I " Fredereck W. Hencker . .Frederick Schultz 

542 iMar. 28 William Beck \VillhunHeginau.. 

543 Mar. 2T Albert, Newman Albert Newman 

544 Mar. 28 Kmil e Gardel lohn Blanc 

545 ' M chael Purl inn John H. Moore 

54 " John Leonard James Andersen 

547 Mar. 29 Leon Manuel Leon Manuel 

548 Mar. 3u John O'Brien lohn O'Brien 

649 u William Phinuey William Phinney 

550 " Jules Gerard Vincent Bt-rnai d. 

551 u Edward Byrne Daniel Gorman 

552 " James Harris Henry Jones :... 

553 " J.H.Sloan..; ...;. Henry Schnnars 



$33,G55 
100 
100 
100 
100 
50 
100 
100 
100 
ICO 
75 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

100 

100 
100 
100 
75 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
1(JO 
100 
100 
100 
100 

100 

100 
50 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



Carried forward* j 838,209 



547 



Doc. No. 12. 



No. 



554 
555 
55(i 
557 
658 
559 
500 
501 
50J 
503 
504 
605 
500 
507 
508 
60!) 
570 
571 
672 
5715 
574 
57o 
570 
577 
578 
579 
580 
581 
582 
583 
584 
585 
580 
587 
588 
589 
590 
591 
592 
593 
594 
595 
590 
597 
698 
699 
Mo- 



Dale. 



Name of person lo whom 
premium was paid. 



A T ame of Substitute 

for whom enlistment 

premium was paid. 



1805. Brought forward S38.205 

Mar. 30 Michael Wilson Thomas Wilson 100 

John Carroll i ioseph Campbell 100 

James Scoit Charles Anderson 100 

i- rancis Gallagher Francis Gallagher 100 

John Mullane John Cooley 1"0 

Mar. 31 Alexander Wren I Alexander Wren 100 

" Ellen Murray James Murray 100 

" ! William Roshea Frederick Smith j 100 

B. Branigans R<.ss McGinness ' li 

John Nolan Martin Nolan ! 100 

" [Christopher Champion.. .Chris. Champion | loo 

u ;U . S. ' oombs Michael Maloy I 1"0 

April 1 James Duncan | i'eter ('rat y I 100 

" i Anthony Williams hristian Kettlesey I 100 

April 3! Mart in Mackey Peter Monahan I 100 

| harles Wilmont Ernst Alton I 100 

Louis Lazarus lames Dawson 100 

John Campbell John McC'ann | 100 

" ! J. D. Reynert John Nelson ! Ino 

" iJoseph Russell Ioseph Russell 100 

" chillies Ellison 'Jharles Ellison 100 

April 4 fimotny Derrick Joiui Herrick : 100 

" iilenrv Gosling iernard Scholbach 100 

u I rank Degnair Thos. A. Gillett 100 

" j Mary A Pluukett Edward Plunkett 100 

" Nicholas Bust John Miller. 100 

" 'B. Branagan Thomas Mcllwain ICO 

" (James McDonnugh Philip Doyle 100 

" Edward Mitchell lohu O'Neil 100 

u iCharles W. Eager Martin Bisby 100 

41 i Patrick Brady 'has. Treadwell H'O 

" j James Shetlean [ John Murray 100 

u jJohn Conner ; 'has. Conner 100 

" John Burns j iMlwanl L^ach 100 

11 ;Levi H Tracy 'Levi II. Tracy luO 

" i-rank Oegnair ... Jonathan squires ! 100 

u (Jeorge V. Williams leo. F. Williams ! 100 

u J. T. E. McLean ,| William Ellis i 100 

April i, iohn Plaetork John Davit. ! 100 

'John Bateson lolin Bateson i 100 

" |G. K Hyde Joseph W. Ball j 100 

" Andrew' Anderson John Brown j 100 

" Charles E. Sainson Benj. 1). Nichols ' 100 

joharles Ji. Samson ;.Johu Williams 100 

" [jouis Souvira -. . . .Louis* Souvira 50 

April 6 Ilufus B ; Varick i las. Perry Varick 100 

! Robert Clarkson , . ! \Villiam UalVin, . , , . . . . . , : , 100 



Doc. No. 12. 



548 



No. Date. 



Name of person to whom 
premium was paid. 



Name of Substitute 
for whom enlistment 



601 
602 
603 
604 
605 
606 
607 
608 
609 
610 
611 
612 
613 
614 
615 
616 
617 
618 
619 
620 
621 
622 
623 
624 
625 
626 
627 








'_ K O 
G ~ ~ ' 

~ Z"3 

$42,855 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
50 
100 
100 
100 
100 
50 
50 
100 
100 
50 
50 
50 
100 
50 
50 
100 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 


1865. 
April 6 

April 7 
April 8 

April 10 

u 

April 12 
April 11 
April 12 
April 11 
April 13 


James Gilbert 


Brought forward . 
William .Smith 


J E. Jones 
Michael Townsend 


George K. .Smith 
Michael Townsend 


William Hughes 
M B. Clark 


James Kennedv. 


James ') ye 


Joseph White 


Joseph White 


Dennis Duggan 


Edward Fitz< r ei aid 


Michael Shelly 


Lewis Monroe 


Frederick Crome .... 


Frederick Crome 


William Lloyd 
James Johnson 


George Williams 
Albert Wheeler 


Philip Rowan 


Philip Rowan 


Mary Carroll ... . 


Thomas Carroll 


Charles Wheeler 
James Hopkins 


Aug C. Hockernel 
Philip Mahon 


Jeremiah Sullivan 


Jeremiah Sullivan 


Thomas Collins 


Thomas Collins 


Albert Bullinger 
Charles Mflvey . . . 


John McMillan 
John Drown 


Thomas Murray 


Thomas Murray 


Patrick Connolly 


Patrick Connelly 


James Hopkins 


Isaac Harris 


Francis Goodwin 


James Weir 


William Stuart 


William Stuart. 


Eliza Reyan 
Henry Genthen . 


Thomas Regan 
Henry Ginthen .. . 


Mathias Mattheson 


Mathias Matthesen 




Total 


844,905 





TO 



PERSONS RECEIVING PREMIUMS. 



IISTDEX 





Rrp. No. 


Burfleman, Willfain 


280 


Amos. James 


04 


Brown, Charles 


288 


Aldridsre, David 


07 


Bailey, Edward 


30C 


Aims, Frederick 


171 


Botzes, Yost 


.... 300 


Allick, M 


lilt 


Bentah, Henry 


307 


Allen. John 


1570 


Burns, Joseph 


.... 371 


Akerman William.. . . 


432 


Brown, Andrew 


.... 372 


Acker, J. C 


481 


Bracket J. B 


.... 410 


Acker, J. C 


511 


Burns. Bridget 


.... 420 


Anderson, Andrew 


695 


Burke, Edward J . 


442 






Barney. Wi.liam 


447 






Bailey. John 


.... 455 


B 




Bailey. .>ohn 


.... 457 






Behr, Henry 


470 


Dot. P 


3 


Bulger. Margaret 


.... 471 


Burns, J. D 


5 


Burke, William C 


.... 472 


Realty, Thomas 


21 


Burns. Joseph 


485 


Blake, William 


2<i 


Bndd, Frederick 


.... 488 


Barker, Charles I) 


28 


Beh, Christopher 


4!)3 


Brown, A. F 


41 


Blike. Georjje A 


.... 4 !>.S 


Buckley, William 


72 


Beck, William 


.... 542 


Brown, James 


T.'i 


Byrne, Edward 


.... 551 


Brown, August 


82 


Branigiin, B 


502 


Brown. James 


12u 


Brainpan. B 


.... 580 


Brown. James 


121 


Brady, Patrick 


.... 584 


Burke, Thomas 


122 


Burns, John 


.... 587 


Baker. Charles D 


135 


BaU'Son. John 


593 


Bilmken. Otto . 


143 


Bullinger. Albert 


... . 018 


Brannajran, B .... 


145 






Buchanan, (Jeorge 


155 






Bent/. Charles 


170 


C 




Backer, Frederick 


175 






Boas, William 


200 






Brevoort. Samuel 


218 


Campbell, George 


15 


Boyle. Stephen 


22U 


Cotter, Michael 


.... 27 


Buckmaii. Benjamin . . . 


235 


Cunningham, Thomas .... 


:;u 


Bell. Jacob 


242 


Cassard, A 


.... 31 


Byrne, llenrv 


272 


Canard, A 


.... 30 


Byrne, Henry 


273 


Cassard, A 


.... 3* 


Byrne, Henry 


274 


Cassard. A 


. . . . 4(1 


Byrne, Henry 


275 


Cowie. James 


43 


Byrne, Henry 


270 


Clark, Oeortro 


.... 54 



Doc. No. 12. 



552 



Reg. No. 

Con way, F 62 

Clark, J so 

Cm-fin, Thomas 80 

Clahty, Patrick 104 

Callahan, John 106 

Costello, William 108 

Canus, Louis 119 

Covinjjton, John F, 124 

Commlosey, Frank 131 

Commlosey. Frank 133 

Costello, William UO 

Carroll, James 164 

Cook, Robert 165 

Colsky, Morrltz 166 

Crosby, John 177 

Christiansen. Paul l!)l 

Cambnt, Alatone 203 

Cunningham, Isaac 204 

Cassidy, Thomas 209 

Commlosey, Frank 213 

Carter, William 214 

Carter, William 215 

Clark, Bernard S 240 

Cnllen, Dt-nnis 215 

Cassidy, John 255 

Cregier, Cornelius 277 

Conway, J. A 289 

Calkins, James 311 

Calkin, Peter 325 

Canen, Thomas 326 

Chile, Henry 33!) 

Coburn, James 342 

Charlton. James G 349 

Cornell, D 350 

Chandler, H 388 

Campbell, Robert 411 

Cunningham, Elizabeth 418 

Casey, Henry 424 

Curtis, J. C 436 

Curtis. J C 437 

Cotton, Thomas 439 

Coburn, Joseph 452 

Clemens. Charles 461 

Coles, William L 484 

Christ, Jacob 503 

Ciillen, Ellen 508 

Cannon, John 527 

Carroll, John 555 

Champion, Christian 564 

C nibs. \V. S 565 

Campbell, John 571 

Conner, John 586 

rhirkson, Robert 6uo 

Clark, M. 1! 605 

Crome. Frederick 009 

Carroll, Mary 613 

Collins, Thomas 617 

Connolly. Patrick . . . 621 



Re?. No. 

Davis. W 7 

Doebler. V. S 44 

Dufl'y. Edward 48 

Donnelly, Peter 101 

Devlne, John 109 

Denniston, John H 115 

Dunlop, Robert 130 

Dri-coll, Martin 142 

Dnbois, Edward -161 

Dunn, Patrick 163 

Dorll, John 176 

Drew, Ten ence 180 

Dunn, John 193 

Delihenty, Edward 234 

Daly, Michael 268 

Doyle, John H 319 

Donnelly. F. C 322 

Dolan. James 365 

Duggan, Dennis 395 

Dingleuine, John B 402 

Dingledine, John B 403 

Donolme, John 422 

Dalton, William 441 

Daly, Patrick 489 

Derby, Michael 497 

Doyle, Patrick 518 

Donnelly, Frank C 535 

Duncan, James 566 

Deu-nair, Frank 577 

Degnair, Frank 589 

Duggan, Dennis 607 



Ebbets, E 11 

Elmers, John 20 

Erichs, Herman 34 

Ericlis, Herman 68 

Exline, Joseph 382 

Erichs, Herman 398 

Eagan. Richard 408 

Egan. James 505 

Eajjfan. Thomas 507 

Ezekiel, M 538 

Ellison. Charles 574 

Eager, Charles \V 583 



Fishly. W. H 93 

Foy. Michael L 98 

Franklin. Benjamin 130 

Field, John..." 153 

Filler, John 169 

Fish, Charles 187 



553 



Doc. No. 12. 



Reg. No. Peg. No. 

Flaherty. F 197 Haslett, Matthew 50 

Fitzgerald. Patrick 222 Howson, Theodore 113 

Feist. Jacob 247 Hogan, Daniel 141 

Fligant, Joseph 262 Hallahan. John 147 

Fit/patrick, Terrence 348 Hinchy, Michael 156 

Fltzmiller, Henry 377 Hart ting. William 184 

Fairman, Gustavus 473 Homan, William 227 

Fallesen, Maria 474 Holmes, John 231 

Flaherty, John 495 i Hayden. Edward 236 

Forsyth, Robert 501 Hut h, Herman 281 

Folger, Henry P 517 Hoeh. Alexander 287 

Houston, Francis 302 

Hancock, John 312 

Or Harrington. William 318 

Holster, Charles: 321 

Garland, S 1 Hill, Joseph 323 

Gillespie, A 14 Hughes, Peter 336 

Germain, Lewis 45 Hibbard, William H 340 

Gross, Jacob 55 Hart, Ellen 343 

Goir. John 129 I HartneU, David 352 

Gorman, James 192 : Hamelbach, Nicholas 356 

Graham. James 202 Hall. Philip 364 

Geery, William 219 Hall, Philip 368 

Gillespie, William 229 : Hinkley, Adolph W 375 

Garman. Thomas 237 Hinkle. Francis 379 

Grew, John 246 ! Hall, Philip 381 

Gorman, Edward 251 Hicks. Joseph 384 

Geissaliuann, Otman 252 j Harrison, Ellen 421 

Grirner, Joseph 263 Higgins, Martin J 454 

Gruterman, S 278 j Hayes, Henry 459 

Gardner. Robert 292 ; Hatibury, P. J 479 

Graham, Alexander 293 Harris, Edward 496 

Gordon, Stephen 359 ' Hornlin, Peter 514 

Grimnoud, James 363 ! Heneker, Frederick W 541 

Giles, John 374 Harris. James 552 

Grady, Timothy 389 ! Herrick, Timothy 575 

Grace. T. M 412 i Hyde, G. K 594 

Gallney, Edward 413 j Hughes, William 604 

Gode, J. E 427 Hopkins, James 615 

Gordon, John 460 Hopkins, James 622 

Gallagher, Richard 506 i 

Grand, Charles L 515 > 

Gerard, Jules 533 ' J 

Gerard, Jules 536 

Gardel. Emilie 544 . Jennings, James 58 

Gerard. Jules 550 : Jacobs, J 110 

Gallagher. Francis 557 Jackson. Henry 239 

Gosling, Henry 576 ! Jones, Joseph 390 

Gilbert, James 601 i Jost, Michael 397 

Goodwin, Francis 623 . Johnson, J 540 

Ginthen, Henry 626 ' Jones. J. E 602 

' Johnson, James 611 

7T 

Hagan, Thomas 22 

Hagan. Thomas 24 Kearn, M. J 16 

Hanson, Herman 39 j King. Joseph 23 

Herman, Rudolph 42 I Kindberg, A. F 65 



Doc. No. 12. 



554 



Kane, Morris 

Kevvn, John 

Kensing, Henry. . 
Kotter, Siloraa . . . 
Keating, Thomas. 

Kainer, John 

Keller, Augustus . 
Kinsley, Michael . 
Kelin, William .. . 
Kiernan, John 

Kregar. John 

Klein. Louis 

Keenan. Eichard. 
Keyser, Joseph. . . 

Kehoe, John 

King. William W . 
Kemble, Alfred. . , 

King, Henry 

Keenan, James. . . 
Kearney, P. H 
Kehoe, John J. . . . 

Kelly, John 

Kelly, William..., 



Reg. No. 

... 77 

. . . . 78 

.... 91 

. . . . 94 

.... 174 

.... 1S8 

.... 243 

.... 248 

. ... 249 

259 

.... 270 

294 

. ... 309 

.... 376 

387 

. . . 419 

.... 425 

.... 440 

.... 443 

.... 47',' 

480 

525 

.. 529 



Lasky, G. A 13 

Lazarus. L 47 

L^e, Samuel 89 

Lanigan, Mark 90 

Lutz. Gustav 103 

Lutz, Christian 112 

Leison, John 134 

Ladder. Bryan 154 

Loux, Emil 185 

Lyons, \ 196 

Lahy Alice 295 

Longhlin. John 299 

Lernan, Frank 329 

Lowery. John 335 

Leonard Charles 338 

Lawson Peter 351 

Lewis. Andrew 353 

Lyons. Carthage 357 

Love, Alfred 362 

Lyons, J. H 373 

Lander. Albert 405 

Lohemann, Henry 430 

Lynn, Pal rick . . . '. 458 

Leverding, George 491 

Lyon. J. H 500 

Leonard. John 546 

Lazarus, Louis 570 

Lloyd, William 610 

M 

Meyer, George ] 

Murphy, John 19 

Meyer,' George 25 



Reg. No. 

McGraw, Frank 46 

Miller, Jacob 85 

Murry, Patrick 92 

Monaghan, Thomas 100 

McKenzie, Thomas 102 

McClusky, John , 126 

McClusky, John 127 

McClusky, John 128 

McGrane, Thomas 138 

Madden, Jerry 152 

Man ley, Patrick 17J 

Mengenback. Joseph 16 

McEvoy, John 210 

Moran,' Patrick 211 

McArde. James 213 

Mortzly, S 224 

McUov'ern. Husrh 257 

McQuade, Matthew 264 

McCoy. J 265 

McKe'nna, Charles 271 

Miller, Louis 286 

Mendro, August 296 

Martens, Henry 297 

McCauley, Robert 300 

Maher, Michael 304 

Mooger, Albert 317 

Minfz. John G 320 

McCleuh, David 332 

Mark. G. W 347 

McQueeney, P. J 378 

MsMahon, Terrence 3-^0 

McMahon. Terrence 386 

McCann, Mary E 394 

Magr-ane, Thomas 400 

Magrane. Thomas 410 

McKay. George 417 

Morris. Charles W 428 

Mitchell, Michael 433 

Mitchell. Michael 434 

Mack, John 438 

Meier, Ehler 444 

Mount, Philip 446 

Mayer. Joseph 448 

McCoy, John ; 449 

Morrisey. Patrick 456 

McDonoagh, James 435 

McOonough, James 462 

McDonough, James 463 

McDonough, James 464 

McDonough, James 465 

Mel 'enough, James 466 

McDonough, James 467 

Me Hugh. Patrick 468 

Miles. Charles E 478 

Moran. .Michael 509 

Murphy, vvjiiiam 5'2t; 

Mitchell. Charles 634 

Manuel. Leon 547 

Mullane, John 568 



555 



Doc. No. 12. 



Keg. No. 

Murray, Ellen 500 

Macke'y, Martin 568 

McDonough, .lames 581 

Mitchell, Kdward 582 

McLean, J. F. E 591 

Melvey, Charles 619 

Murray, Thomas 620 

Matthesen, Mathias . . 027 



N 

Noonan, Michael 67 

Noonan. Michael 70 

Newton, Carrie 228 

Nelson, Jacob 282 

Nix, Christian 284 

Nixon. William S 308 

Newman, Albert 543 

Nolan, John 563 



O 



Orr. John 71 

O'Rourke. Patrick 148 

O'Brien, Michael 307 

O'Brien, William 313 

O'Donnell. John 314 

O'Donnell, John 315 

O'Donnell. John 337 

O'Connor, Michael 354 

O'Rorke, M. J 3'J3 

Orpi'U. Auir 404 

O'Brien. John 400 

Orthlauf, H rank 420 

O'Neil, John 423 

O'Brien, Kdward 482 

O'Xeil. John 523 

O'Brien, John 548 



Pembroke. John 53 

Plealer, Frederick 70 

Petlit. Francis 167 

Putell. Michael 188 

Paul. Joseph 223 

Powers Andrew 22.i 

Parker, William 230 

Parker, William 233 

Pruster. riirislian ... 2<>0 

Powers, Lawrence 324 



Powell, George 453 

Purtin. Michael 545 

Phinney. VVjl.iam 5U) 

PlunUeil, Mary A , 578 

Plaetork, John 592 



Keg. No. 

Rumpf, A 2 

Roth, William 8 

Ran. Charles 18 

Ridyway, Charles H 35 

Rusch, Henry 61 

Robinson, John 57 

Ryan, Thomas 60 

Roy. William 61 

Roshrock, Gilbert, 63 

Reid. William A 69 

Robinson, John 74 

Robinson. John 9(5 

Reid, William 99 

Roff, Louis 160 

Ridgway, Charles H 162 

Rieker/John Ifr8 

Roden. William 173 

Riley, William 183 

Roltf, Henry 226 

Rapp, Charles A 232 

Riorden. Patrick 254 

Rodgers, Joseph 261 

Riley. Robert 327 

Roes, William 341 

Rofta, J. H 369 

Roaclie, Edward 392 

RoltT, Henry 409 

Ryan. M. H 414 

Russell. William 522 

Rigney, Patrick 524 

Roshea. William 561 

Reynert, J. 1) 572 

Russell. Joseph 573 

Rust Nicholas 579 

Rowan. Philip 612 

Rey an, Eliza 625 



B 



Schmidt, Adolph 4 

Schindler, Otto 9 

Sleeps, M. L 12 

Streeps. ML 17 

Sawlen, John 29 

Scnlock, Edward 32 

Schroff. Theodore 33 

Shea, John 37 

Sheridan, Thomas 49 

Sullivan. John 52 

Schoin. Theodore 66 

Schneider, William 83 

Seidel, Charles .. .84 



Se.\ moiir, Samuel 105 

Simins. James H ln7 

Sondhiem, Louis H 114 

Stedier, Herman 123 

Sullivan, John 132 



Doc. No. 12. 



556 



Sullivan John 


Reg. NO. 
. .. 137 


Samson, Charles E 


Reg. No. 
597 


Schlin'hoft Frank .... 


144 


Souvira, Louis 


598 


Schroff Theodore 


. 150 


Shelly, Michael . . 


. . .608 




. . . 151 


Sullivan, Jeremiah 


616 


Sursclorff F 


157 


Stuart, William 


. . . 624 


SursdorfF F 


158 






Suvsdorff F 


159 






Scott Oliver W 


181 


T 




Schmidt Auust 


189 






Sandheim Louis H 


190 


Thompson, Francis W 


116 


Stratton William 


195 


Thompson, Francis W . . . . 


.... 117 


Sullivan, John 


199 


Thompson, Francis W . . . . 


.... 118 


Spielesey Dennis 


201 


Tvvorney, John 


183 


Skidmore Theodore . . 


207 


Trittenbach, Joseph 


206 


Stranger, Charles 


208 


Tuohy, Patrick 


301 


Sullivan Thonia^ 


. 212 


Tavlor, A. L 


. 328 


Suhler Henry 


217 


Taylor, J. L . . 


334 


Sullivan Daniel 


221 


Thompson, George 


415 


Spencer, L 


238 


Tilyou, Peter 


451 


Shuttle, Francis 


241 


Thompson, John 


530 


Stevens, George 


250 


Tracy. Levi H 


588 


Sullivan John . 


253 


Tovvnsend, Michael . . . 


603 


Schaffer, Bernard 


... 258 






Savage, William R ... 


. ... 266 






Shufflin, George 


2G7 


TJ 




Soule, Philip 


269 






Stevenson, John 


. . 279 


Urich, Jacob . . . 


383 


Schutte, Francis 


285 


Urich, Jacob 


385 


Stolz, August ... 


291 






Smith, Francis 


316 






Sprjo-g- William 


. 333 


V 




S vvartz, Leopold 


344 






Scroder, William 


345 


Tan Tassel, John H 


88 


Shea, John 


. . 361 


Van Tassel, John H 


95 


Stillwell, Daniel W ... 


358 


Vedder, Barney.. 


125 


Smith, Michael 


396 


Vincent, Francis 


139 


Schoman, George .... 


401 


Vail, Stephen 


172 


Smidt, Carl 


407 


Vidder, Barnev 


.... 178 


Steuerwald, William 


. .. 445 


Vandewall, Nicholas. 


355 


Starks, W. L 


.... 469 


Van Sickle, U 


. . 450 


Samory, Henry ... 


. . . . 476 


Varick, Rufus B 


599 


Swanson, G 


478 






Smith, Joseph 


. . 483 






Spellman, Martin 


486 


W 




Spillsbury, Benjamin. . . 


490 






Smith, F 


494 


Wheeler, George .... 


6 


Sullivan, Bridget 


499 


Winne, John 


55 


Stevens, Philip 


502 


Wallace, M 


59 


Sullivan, Bridget 


504 


Wynne, John 




Sampson, Charles E. . . . 
Smith, Charles 


510 
519 


Welsh, J. M 
Williams. William George 


.... 87 
111 


Smith, Charles 


... 520 


Watson, Jarnes ... 


... 146 


Smith, Charles 


521 


White, Eaward 


. . .149 


Samson, Charles E 


528 


Watson, C 


205 


Samson, Charles E 


531 


Wilson, James W 


244 


Sloan, J. H 


553 


Williams Charles . . 


256 


Scott, James 


556 


Warren, John 


. . . 283 


Sheflan, James 


585 


Woli'enstein, Valentine 


... 290 


Samson, Charles E . . 


,. 596 


Weinstock. Susan . . 


.. 298 



557 



Doc. No. 12. 



Reg. No 

Warner, Julius 303 

Warner, Julius 305 

Weberstein, J. A 310 

Whalin, John 331 

Whalin, Patrick 340 

Wa<rner, Susan 366 

Wooifart, Henry 399 

Welclon, -lames 429 

Wolf, W. A 431 

White. John 475 

Wilson, Charles 492 

White, John 532 

Whalin. diaries H 537 

Weissman. Charles 539 

Wil.-on, Michael 554 

Wren, Alexander 559 

Williams, Anthony 507 



Reg. NO. 

Wihnont, Charles 569 

Williams, Oeorge F. 59:) 

White, Joseph 606 

Wheeler, Charles GH 



Young, Oeorge 81 

Young, Mary 330 



Zurcher, John 79 

Zimmer, Aug 391 



APPENDIX I. 



Complete List of all Substitutes in anticipation of the Drafc not paid 
Bounty thr ugh tlis Committee on Volunteering, enlisted in the 
County of New York, and counting unonthe Quota under the Call 
of the Pre idsnt dated December 19, 1864, for Three Hundred 
Thousand '30 3,030* Men; giving th3 Re^ist-sred Nu-nber, Name 
of Sub ti'.ute, Number of Years Enlisted for, Name, Ward, Tis- 
trict, and Ees'denca of Person for whom Substitute was enlisted, 
and arm of Service. 



36 



FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



"s Tears t~, 

Name of Substitute. of Name of Principal. p 

^ service. r 

1 . . Allen, John 3 . . James P. Paulding .... 8 

2 . . Anderson, Charles . . 3 . . James W. Smith 2 

3 . . Albert, Joseph 3 . . J. W. Warren 2 

4 . . Arnold, Thomas. . 1 . . Charles Shultz . 1 



5 . . Blume, Charles 3 . . Edward Hartshorn .... 5 

6 . . Blake, Joseph F 3 . . Luther H. Cooley 8 

7 . . Benny, John 1 . . James Spillane 4 

8 . . Bonheim. Jacob .... 1 . . J. H. Schnebbi 4 

9 . . Becker, Charles 1 . . Jacob Ritter 2 

10 .. Bradley, Patrick ... 1 . . John Eagen 1 

11.. Brown, Charles .... 1 . . Patrick Burnes 1 

12.. Baker, Patrick 1 . . Charles Seymour, Jr . . , 1 

13 .. Bolzman, William . . 1 . . Jacob Mathes 1 

14 .. Billkardt, Louis 1 . . F. Staudinger 1 

15 .. Buthgate, James ... 1 . . A. R. Lamb 2 

10. .Bens, William 1 . .Patrick Fitzgerald 1 



Doc. No. 12. 564 



C 

p 

<] Years 

&> Name of Substitute. of Name of Principal. p 

e$ service. & 

17 . . Carroll, Francis 3. . George W. Robins 4 

18 .. Clark, Chas. Henry . 1 . .Herman Steiner 1 

19.. Collins, William 1. . Wm. H. Heyberger 3 

20 . . Cimer, Herman K. . 1 . . Aug. Frohwitter 1 

21 . . Cox, Henry . -. , 1 . . Hugh McKibbin 1 

22 . . Codies, Henry 1 . . Archibald Qeisil 4 



D 

23 . . Donohue, William . . 3 . . Hiram Dury ea 2 

24. .Dullard, Michael ... 1 . .Napoleon Woodbridge . 6 

25 . . Dieterle, Carl 1 . . Conrad Sliese 1 

26 . .Darcy, Andrew .... ] . . J. R. Goodridge 2 

27 . . Doherty, James .... 1 . . George McGrath 4 

E 

28 . . Elliott, John 1 . . Henry Meyers 1 

29 . . Edmonds, Charles . . 1 . . J. Ketchum 1 

F 

30 . . Frieke, Carl 1 . . John Jackson 1 

31 . . Follman, Theodore . 1 . . James Carrington 2 



565 Doc. No. 12. 



h 

<; Fears 75 

g> Name of Substitute. of Name of Principal. 

c; service. t 

32. . Gesell, Henry 3. .James A. Hay ward .... 

33 . . Gibson, Wm. J . . . . 3 . . Edward J. Burke 1 

34. . Grunsti, Fritz 1 . . Charles Offensant 4 

35. . Gallagher, Thomas. . 3. . Charles W. Johnson ... 4 

36.. Gunn, Patrick 1 . .Henry Mallard 1 

37 . . Gadd, William 1 . . James Clark 4 

38 .. Gabrick, Joseph .... 1. .Frederick Emanuel. ... 1 

H 

39 . . Hartney, John 1 . . Patrick Barry 4 

40 . . Hang, David 1 . . William Angustin 1 

41 . . Heahe, Christian. ... 1 . . John Schunagel 2 

42 . . Hanfin, Michael .... 1 . . John Conley 1 

43 . . Henricks, Bernhard . 1 . . H. Pape 1 

44. . Houson, George .... 1 . . George Heddin 1 

J 

45 . . Jetter, Joseph 1 . . Thomas N. Black 1 

K 

46. .Krantz, Henry 1 . .Joseph F. Campbell ... 1 

47 . . Kelly, William 1 . . Michael Loftus 1 

48 . . Kelly, James 1 . . William Walsh 1 

49 . . Kenney, Patrick ... 1 . . Jeremiah Mahony 4 



Doc.' No. 12. 566 

L 

,d 

<< Years 73 

g> Name of Substitute. of Name of Principal. j& 

sq service. p 

50 . . Lamb, James 1 . . Nicholas Hines 1 

51. .Lunn, Henry 1 .. Patrick Mulhall 1 

M 

52 . . Miller, Francis 3 . . James Lee 5 

53 . . Murphy, Patrick ... 3 . . P. E. Douglass 5 

54 . . Maloy, John 1 . . Mars De Venoye 1 

55 . . Morgan, Patrick 1 . . E. F. Hawley 1 

56 . . Mitchael, John 1 . . Charles Gude 1 

57. .McCartney, Samuel. 1.. Samuel Sanders 1 

58 . . Murrell, William ... 1 . . Herman Meyer 4 

N 

59 . . Newbaur, Ludwig . . 1 . . William Becker 1 

60 . . Nolan, James 1 . . William Kennedy 4 

o 

61 .. O'Leary, William ... 1 . . James Cherry 1 

62 . . OToole, Michael ... 1 . . J. F. Parker 1 

63 . . O'Graddy, John .... 1 . . Michael Cowen 1 

P 

64 . . Peterson, Hubert ... 1 . . Amos E. Emory 1 

65 . . Pape. Joseph 1 . . Frederick Bowert 1 

66 . . Perry, John 1 . . Michael Meehan 1 

67. .Peterson, Hans 1 .. Charles Reel 1 



567 Doc. No. 12. 

S 

,0 

<j Years -a 

gi Name of Substitute, of Name of Principal, 

P3 service. ^ 

68 . . Scerer, Emaiinel .... 1 . . Jacob Shaiifairber 4 

G9 . . Schultze, Auguste . . 1 . . Frank Grefe 4 

70 .. Smith, William 1. .Daniel Farell 1 

71 .. Steinham, Alexander 1 . . William Feyh 4 

T 

72 . . Terwiliger, Thos. P . 1 . .Henry Kensing 1 

V 

73..VanVessin,Paul. .. 1 . . Emil Rehfus 1 

w 

74 . . Walsh, Edward .... 1 . . Philip A. White 4 

75 . . Welsh, John 1 . . Michael McGrath 4 

76 . . Wheelan, Michael . . 1 . . David Erich 1 

77 .. Watson, Anthony ... 1 . . Charles Wilson ] 

z 

78 . . Zenther, Berthold . . 1 . . J. H. Jentzen 1 



Doc. No. 12. 668 



FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



fe; Years 'g 

&. Name of Substitute. of Name of Principal. ^ 

& service. 

79 . . Almire Bernard 1 . . Kobert Lawrence 7 

80 . . Arhart, Charles C . . 1 . . John H. Gordin 7 



81 . . Blumentrill, J. F. D. 1 . . Thomas O'Brien 7 

82 . . Barstay, George .... 3 . . James H. Mallory 7 

83 . . Bracken, John 1 . . John McGlone 10 

84 . . Brainard, Norman . . 1 . . Thomas Smith ........ 7 

85.. Brandt, Carl L.John Fuchs. 10 

86 . . Barrett, Lewis .... 1 . . Charles .Youngs 7 

87 . .Barroe, Charles 1 . . Charles H. Martin 7 

88 . . Bay, Lewis 1 . . Horace W. Bishop 7 

89.. Barnard, Henry J.. L.John Buck 7 

90 .. Browning, William .. 1 . . Otis Judson 7 

C 

91 .. Cornell, Patrick 1 . . William Kerr 7 

92..Culhane, Patrick J. 1. .Thomas McCaffrey 7 

93 . . Cambridge, Aug'us . 1 . . James Shields 7 



569 Doc. No. 12. 



s 

1 

94. 
95. 
96. 
97. 
98. 


Yea', 

Name of Substitute. of 
servi 

. Connor, Jeremiah . . 1 . 
. Cavanagh, Michael . 1 . 
. Cannon, James 1 . 


fS 

Name of Principal, 
ce. 

. William Lessels 


ts 
. 

g 

7 


.Francis McMurray. . . 


7 


. James Hutchinson . . . 


7 


, Christian, John .... 


1 


James McGarvey 


7 


. Carson. David. . 


1 


. Francis Goodwin . . 


7 



D 



99. .Dietrich, George . . . 


1 . Richard Laverv . 


....10 


100 Dunlaney Thomas 


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1 William Loft 


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101 Drimpier Theoph 


1 Logan Fay 


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102 Donovan Timothy 


1 James Murray .... 


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103 . . Demine 1 . Sherman . 


1 . . John H. Mever . 


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104.. Elletson, John 1 .. Herman Abos 7 

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105. .Fuller, John 3. .Joseph V. B. Brown ... 7 

106. .Frank, John 1 . .Patrick Ryan 7 

107 . . Flynn, Joseph 1 . . Jacob Murr 7 

108. .Fisher, John 1 .. David Blackburn 7 

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109 . . Griffin, John 1 . . William H. Moller 7 

110.. Gorman, Peter 1 . . Frederick Jarvis 7 

111. . Groot, Andrew 1 . .Ernest Schlecter 10 



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112 . . Henderson, John ... 3 . . Holly C. Lyon 7 

113 .. Haley, George 1 . . James Wilson 14 

114. .Hynes, William 1 . . William Woolsey 7 

115. . Haligan, Ambrose . . 1 . .Edward Clarkson 7 

116.. Hammond, Oliver . . 1 . . Morris Levy 7 

117. .Held, Max 1 .. Louis Rullmann 7 

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118. .Johnson, James .... 3. .H. S. Anderson 7 

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119 .. ilroy, John 3 . . John Buckbee 7 

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120 .. Lantemone, John ... 1 . . Nicholas Martin 7 

121 .. Legemeister, Henry 1 . .Michael Mulqueen 7 

122 . . Long, Peter 1 . . Daniel McQueen 7 

123..Leary, Jphn 1. .William Peters 7 

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124 .. Murphy, Patrick ... 3 . . Thomas B. Tilton 7 

125 . . Marion, Christian . . 1 . . Anton Leizor 7 

126 .. McCormick, John . . 1 . . Alexander Smith . . 7 

127 . . Mulrey, John 1 . . Samuel W. Johnson ... 7 

128 . . Miller, Frederick ... 1 . . L. 0. Watkins 7 

129 . . Magee, Patrick .... 1 . . Mark Louis 7 



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130 .. O'Brien, James 3 . . William Farren 7 



131 . . Phillips, Henry .... 1 . . Nicholas Morris 10 

132. .Patrick, James 1 . . Charles Heard ........ 7 

133. .Phillips, Henry .... 1 . . Clark S. Hopps 7 

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134. .Robinson, Robert . . 1. .Michael Donovan 7 

135 . . Ryan, Morris 1 . . Michael Gayete 7 

136 .. Rinderknecht, Karl . 1 . . Solomon Weaver 7 

137 .. Reinhard, Herman . 1 . . George Kleiter 7 

138 .. Riley, James 1 . . John C. Mallory, Jr. ... 7 

139 . . Rotzer, Frederick . . 1 . . Joseph Stracke 10 

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140 . . Smith, Richard 3 . . Daniel Curtain 7 

141 . . Stremmel, Jacob ... 1 . . George C. Babcock .... 7 

142 . . Sweeney. Edward . . 1 . . Herman Wolf 10 

143 . . Smith, George 1 . . William H. Craig 7 

144 . . Schope, John 1 . . Samuel Pinner 7 

145 . . Scully, Michael .... 1 . . Henry Stein 7 

146 . . Schwerser, George . 1 . . Daniel Heilrichel 10 

147. .Schenerich, Adolph. 1 .. Christian Neff 7 



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148 . . Strange, August .... 1 . . Philip C. Harmon 7 

149 . . Syms, Thomas 1 . . John R. Davis 7 

150 . . Smith, William H . . 1 . . Charles F. Bruning 7 

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1 51.. Tully, William H... 3 . . John H. Waydell 7 

152.. Thompson, William. 1 .. George S. Hull 7 

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153 . . Vayo, Lewis 1 . . James Atkinson 10 

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154. . Williams, John 2 . . Elijah P. Leonard 13 



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155 .. Antone, Philip 3 . . David Forcheimer .... 16 

156. .Anderson, John. ... 3. .Isaac S. Cohen 15 

157. . Antoniolo, Domingo. 3. .Jacob H. Lazarus .... 15 

158. .Anderson, William . 1 . .David Magee, Jr 15 

159. . Arpagez, Paula .... 1. .Samuel C. Clark 15 



160 . . Brechbuhl, John ... 3 . . Alfred W. Bartlett . ... 15 

161 . . Bishop, Thomas .... 3 . . G. L. Kelty 16 

162 . . Burns, James 3 . . John J. Dernarest .... 16 

163 . . Baptiste, Jean 3 . . G. Thompson 15 

164 . . Bruce, James 1 . . Aug. R. Kapping .... 16 

165 . . Brown, J. C . .... 1 . . James G. Powers 16 

166 . .Bryant, Robert 3 . . George L. Wright 9 

167 . . Babziene, Charles . . 3 . . Henry McGregor 16 

168 . . Barnes, Henry 1 . . Elwood E. Thorn 16 

169 . . Black, James 1 . . George Flewellin .... 16 

170 . . Buckley, John . '. . . . 1 . . George H. Wright .... 15 



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l71..Bowen, W. T 1 . . James P. Vose 15 

172. .Brown, James 4. .James Black* 15 

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173 . . Cormick, Michael . . 3 . . Emanuel Schloss 16 

174.. Collins, Thomas 1 . .Emil Hubner 9 

175.. Clark, Peter 3 . . Samuel Thompson 16 

176. . Cameron, Henry . . 1 . .John Frageser 9 

177. . Collins, John F I . .William Robbins 9 

178 .. Crue, John 1 . . H. H. Hewitt 15 

179 . . Carmiencke, John . . 1 . . H. N. T wombly 15 

180 . . Clark, Joseph 1 . .H. E. Russell 15 

181. . Clark, Thomas 1. .Robert B. Corey 15 

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182. .Downey, John 1 . . George S. Bowdoin. ... 15 

183.. Daly, Peter 1. . George W. Elder 16 

184. . Dunn, James 1 . . Alexander J. Howell . . 9 

185 . . Dutcher, George W. 1 . . A. T. Waterbury, Jr . . . 15 

186. .Davenport, Dudley . 1 . .N. Emerson Mead 15 

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187 . . Eigan, William 1 . . Herman G. Carter 15 

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188 .. Frankenfelder, Fritz 3 . . James Stewart ... 15 

189. .Flannery, William. . 3. .D. L. Einstein 16 

190 .. Flynn, Patrick 3 . . Abraham Wallach 16 

191. .Farller, Karl 3. . Celestine Astoin 15 

192 . . Fletcher. James 1 . . George H. Story 9 

193.. Frederick, Chas. L.. 3. .John R. Stevens 15 

194. .Figel, Andreas 1 . . Alex. M. Eagleston 9 

195. .Flanagan, James ... 1..F. J. Camerden. ...... 9 

196 .. Farrell, John 1 . . Timothy P. Allen 15 

197 . .Frick, Gottleib 1 . . John M. Sedgwick 16 

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198 .. Gallagher, John .... 1 . . Charles D. Allen 15 

199 . . Gros, William 1 . . Benjamin Parr 16 

2@0 . . Gibbin, Thomas 1 . . Theodore Kaliske 16 

201 . . George, ]Jmil 1 . . Leonard Loveland 9 

H 

202 . . Hoffman, Jacob 3 . . A. Bijew 15 

203 . . Howard, Henry 1 . . William J. Phillips 16 

204 . . Hartry, Thomas 3 . . Charles G. Thompson . . 15 

205. .Hewser, Christopher 1. .Balthaser Jager 9 

206 . . Henry, Thomas 3 . . William R. Soper 15 



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207 . . Hamilton, Henry ... 1 . . James Shelton 15 

208. .Hawes, Timothy . . . 1 . .Edward S. Jackson 16 

209 . . Henry, James 1 . . I. J. Greenwood, Jr .... 15 

210 . . Harris, James 1 . . Edward K. Sutton 16 

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211 . . Johnson, William ... 1 . . Chas. A. Schumacher. . 15 

K 

212 .. Kelly, Richard ..... 3 . . Samuel Brunner 16 

213 . . Kelly, Patrick 3 . . William J. Schloss 16 

214 . . Knapp, Charles . . . 3 . . Louis J. Apgar 15 

215 . . Kelly, Uriah M 3 . . Samuel Conover 9 

216 . . Kirtschera, Franz . . 1 . . J. Pyne 15 

217 . . Kain, John 1 . . Edward Littlefield 9 

218 .. Kerr, William 1 . . John Larid 9 

219.. Kalef, Simon 1 . .R. C. De Long 9 



220 . . Lawrie, Edward 3 . . Thomas J. Bartholm ... 15 

221 . . Lanelle, Henry 3 . . Chas. H. De Rham .... 15 

222 . . Leplace, Solomon ... 1 . . James W. Jackson 9 

223 . . Land, George 3 , . James L. Banks 15 

224 . . Lewellen, David .... 3 . . Rufus Morris . . 15 

225 , . Lepauvre, Julius ... 1 . . M. B. Wilson 16 



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226 . . Mahl, Frederick .... 3 . . John J. Crooke 16 

227. .McCraiken, William 3. .William H. Burr 16 

228 . . McDonald, Alex 3 . . Edward Einstein 16 

229 . . Molenskie, Julius ... 3 . . Elias N. Blun 16 

230. .Moe, Andrew 3. .H. N. Morgan 16 

231 . . McCarty, Michael . . 3 . . Elias P. Winans 16 

232 . . Merkel, Sebastian . . 3 . . William H. Grey 9 

233 . . Marcus, Edward ... 1 . . Eufus L. Cole 9 

234 . . Morrison, James .... 1 . . William Westervelt .... 9 

235 . . Miller, Jacob 1 . . Martin L. Tan Tine ... 9 

236 . . Maguire, Peter 1 . . Daniel Joline 9 

237 . . Murphy, Michael ... 3 . . Daniel Finn 16 

238 . . Mair, Herman 1 . . Richard O'Gorman .... 16 

239. .McGuire, William .. 1 .. James Y. Van Orden .. 9 

240..McGuigan, John .' . . 1..S. A. Busick 15 

241 . . Miller, Henry 1 . . Robert Morris 15 

242 . . Mullavey, Patrick . . 1 . Ezra N. Cunningham . . 9 

243 . . Mettler, Severin ... 1 . . Finley J. Wright 15 

244. .McCormick, Robert. 1 . . Andrew J. Smith 9 

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245. .Nicholas, Louis .... 1 , . Charles C. Camerden. . 9 
246 . . Nonzis, Pietro 1 . . William H. Smith 16 

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247 . . O'Brien, John ...... 3 . . Charles E. Bogert ..... 9 

248 . . O'Rielly, Miles ..... 3 . . Frederick H. Graz .... 9 

249 . . Owens, Michael ____ 3 . . Charles P. Dewey ..... 15 

250 . . O'Neil, William . 1 . . David L. Haviland . . 9 



251 . . Powers, George .... 3 . . William Anthas 15 

252. .Patton, Morris 1 . . Andrew L. Westbrook . 9 

253 . . Pearson, Peter 1 . . . James Hart 16 

R 

254. .Ryan, Thomas 3. . Abraham Bernheimer . . 15 

255. .Rice, George 3. .Henry Cohn 16 

256 Rice, William 3 . . Frank Phelps 16 

257 . . Ryder, George 3 . . John B. Schmelzel 9 

258.. Rowley, William ... 1..R. C. Geyer 15 

559 . . Reig, George 1 . ..Goodman Gluckauf 16 

260 . . Riley, John 1 . . John W. Corlies 15 

261 .. Rolinger, Anton .... 1 . . John Westervelt 9 

262 . . Rehm, John 1 . . Charles H. Marshall, Jr. 15 

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263 . . Smith, James 3 . . Robert Crooke 16 

264 . . Stanley, John 3 . . Richard Talbot 15 



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265 . . Schwartz, Charles . . 3 . . Aug. Talbot 15 

266 . . Sullivan, James 3 . . Moses F. Williams 9 

26T . . Sullivan, William ... 3 . . George Carey 9 

268 .. Seaton, William 3 . . Philip Brown 16 

269 . . Sud, Courtenay 1 . . John H. Berdan 9 

270 . .Schramm, Frederick. 1 . .E. R, Shottwell 9 

271 .. Schmidt, Gustavo . , 1 . . John Block 16 

272 . , Schultz, Henry A. . . 1 . . Martin Wettereau 9 



273 . . Thompson, George . 3 . . Josiah Jex 16 

274. .Thompson, William. 3. .Edward Gatman 15 

275 . . Thompson, Thomas . 1 . . Noah Content 16 

276 . . Taler, Francis 1 . . Felix J. S. Kite 9 

277 . .Thiehnann, Franz . , 1 . . Wallace B. Lane . . * . . . 15 



278 . . Vehring, Conrad ... 3 . . George Dayton 9 

279. .Yon Otto. Emile ... 2. .Ernest Tuckerman 15 

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280 . . Weintz, Carl 3 . . George Dexter 15 

281 .. Wells, Charles H . . . 3 . . William Brunner 16 

282 . . Williams, Thomas . . 3 . . William S. Hedges .... 15 

283 . . Welch, Morris 2 . Alexander Miller ...... 15 



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284.. White, Edward 3..EmilE. Leiber 15 

285 . . Wilson, Michael .... 3 . . D. G. Thompson ...... 15 

286 . . Williams, Henry ... 3 . . Andrew H. Green 15 

287. .Wolff, Charles 1. .H. H. Van Sielen 9 

288.. Willis, William .... 3. .Thomas C. Cassidy ... 9 

289 . . Wilkinson, John ... 1 . . George Shepperd 16 

290 . . Williams, Charles H. 2 . . James E. Downes 9 

291 . . Willard, Thomas . . . 1 . .Philo Lewis . .v% 

292 . . Williamson, Geo. . 1 . . James Ross V "9 

293.. Ward, Frank L.John S.Graham 16 

294 . . Weinberg, Louis ... 1 . . Alfred Homer 9 

295.. Webb, Charles H... 1 .. Richard Loll 9 

296 . . Weisker, Bernard . . 1 . . James Fletcher 16 

297 . . Wilbeck, Francis ... 1 . . Henry Hagaman 15 

298 . . White, Clement .... 1 . . Manuel Manzenedo 15 

Y 

299 . . Yahr, Rudolph 3 . . Isaac S. Solomon 16 



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300 . . Amend, Charles .... 1 . . M. J. Banfield 11 

301. .Anderson, John .... 1. .Isaac Losee 11 



302 . . Busch, Charles 3 . . Stephen M. Wright 11 

303. .Burae, Henry 3. .John W. Miller 17 



304 . . Conners, John 3 . . George McClure 17 

305 . . Christ, George 1 . . Terence Cusack 11 

E 

306 . . Erff, William 1 . . S. J. Barkley 11 

307 . . Englemeann, Fred'k. 1 . . A. Mandolph 11 

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308 . . Fites, James 1 . . Simon Ruben 11 

309 . Foley, Patrick 1 . . Charles L. Guion . . ... 1 1 



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310 . . Gogher, Martin 3 . . Henry B. Mahn 17 

311 . . Germain, Edward . . 1 . . Isaac Hamil 11 

312, .Gurnan, Peter 1. .Robert P. Kerr 11 

H 

313 .. Harper, James 1 . . Robert White 17 

314. .Henry, William 2. .Benjamin Collins 17 

315 . .Hornback, Gottfried. 1 . . W. H. Taylor 11 

K 

316.. Kaiser, Gottfried.. . 1. . Julius Hahn . . . ; ;';. . . .11 

317. .Kersten, Frank 1 . . Christian Walz 11 

318 . . Koberlin, Michael . . 1 . . Henry Harms 11 

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3 19.. Le Sage, Francis ... 3. .S. M. Jacobus 17 

M 

320. .Miller, George ..... 3. .William H. Sackett. Jr. 17 

321 . . Martin, Albert .... 1 . . Peter Rogan 11 

322 . . McGetrick, Thomas . 1 . . George Ligenyer 11 

323 . . Mueller, Herman ... 1 . . Julius Malhoff 11 

324 . . Miller, John 1 . . Andrew Sprague 11 



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325 . . Owen, Harvey 1 . . George B. Riggins 11 

326 , . O'Brien, John 3 . . James H. Ingersoll 17 

P 

327..Putz, Peter L.John Ilges 11 

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328 , . Schlatter, Heronimus 1 . . A. S. Friedman 11 

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329.. Welsh, Henry 1. . Jacobe Hoche 11 



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ft; service. ^ 

330 . . Anderson, Peter 3 . . William A, Camp 2 L 

331 . . Anderson, John F . . 1 . . Robert Wakefield 20 

332 . . Arnold, Charles 1 . . Diedrich A. Hamfe 20 

333 . . Atkinson, Thomas . . 1 . . Robert Murray 20 



334 . . Burgman, Heinrich . 3 . . J. Leibman 20 

335 . . Bond, George 3 . . Alfred H. Smith 21 

336 . . Bomberger, Jacob . . 3 . . Jacob Heinemann 20 

337 . . Brennan, Peter 3 . . Henry Phillips 20 

338 . . Boneeves, John .... 3 . . Norman Smith 18 

339 . . Boardman, William . 3 . . Aug. S. Jenkins 18 

340 . . Burk, Christopher . . 1 . . John C. Currie 18 

341 . . Brown, William .... 1 . . George G. Hall 20 

342 . . Brooks, Joseph 1 . . Mortimer L. Earle 20 

343 . . Burgess, Thomas ... 1 . . Cauldwell Eraser 20 



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KI service. 

344 . . Crohn, Samuel 3 . . Jacob Wendell , , , 21 

345 . . Christian, Maurice . . 3 . . Bufus Hatch 18 

346 . . Clark, Lewis 3 . . Henry de Coppet 20 

347 . . Chattusan, Jesse ... 3 . . Jesse C. Dayton 20 

348 . . Clark, John 3 . . Henry A. Crosby 18 

349.. Corey, Dan 3. .Adolph Strauss 20 

350 . . Corrigan, Terrence . 1 , . Henry Dudley 18 

351 .. Chalker, Homer .... 3..H. S, Beers 18 

352. . Clancy, John T 3. .Daniel J. Whitney 18 

353 . . Clark, Jacob . . . 3 . . Bush W. Gibbs 20 

354 . . Carey, Edward 1 . . George H. Lovett 20 

355 . . Canfield, Patrick ... 1 . . Charles G. Spraguo .... 20 

356 . . Carnon (or Connor), J 1 . . John V. Gridley 20 

357 . . Carleton, Charles ... 1 . . Franklin H. Bruce 21 

D 

358 . . Driesen, Henry H . . 3 . . Robert H. Wishart ... 21 

359 . . Downey, Henry .... 3 . . Samuel Sykes 20 

360 . . Dumont, Henry 3 . . Edward A. Felt 18 

361 .. Dowd, Martin 3 . . Seligman Acller 20 

E 

362 . . E veritt, George H . . 1 . . Thomas Flanagan 20 



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^ Tears ? 

& Name of Substitute. of Name of Principal. $ 

& service. 

363 . . Farhein, Leonard ... 3 . . Julius Saarbacb 20 

364 . . Fowler, Henry ... 3 . . George A. Phelps, Jr. . . 18 

365 . . Fath, George 3 . . William H. Martin 21 

366 . . Fay, Michael 1 . . Samuel Campbell 20 

367 . . Farley, John 1 . . Henry A. Richards 20 

368 . . Floyd, Theodore .... 1 . . William H. Darling .... 20 

G- 

369 . . Guzman, Manuel ... 3 . . W. J. Muller 20 

370 . . Goger, Martin 3 . . Henry B. Mahn . 18 

371 .. Grean, John 1 . . Abraham Losey 20 

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372 .. Hynes, Martin 3 . . Samuel F. Dunlap 18 

373 . . Harvey, Patrick ... 1 . . William C. Dow 20 

374. .Harken, John 1 . .Leonard Jacobs 20 

375 . . Hupf, Frederick C . . 1 . . Bernard Burns 20 

376 . . Hughes, Henry .... 1 . . Jones Duffin 18 

377 . . Hunter, Edward 1 . . David A. Lent 20 

378 . . Hefferman, Patrick . 1 . . E. W. Page 20 

370 . . Howard, Charles ... 3 . . Simon Schaffer 18 

J 

380 , . Johnson, William, . . 1 . . Charles Brice ,20 



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381 . . Kelly, Patrick 3 . . James W. Jones 18 

382 . . Kelly, John ". 3 . . 0. B. Frothingham .... 21 

383 . . Kelly, Francis 3 . . Egerton Smith 18 

384 . . Kinney, Patrick 3 . . Charles F. Roper 18 

385 . . Klien, Valentine ... 1 . . Samuel D. Stryker 20 

L 

Long, John 3 . . Robert L. Livingston . . 18 

. La Tulle, Jean 1 . . J. R. Sackett 21 

, Leonardt, Edward. . 3. .James B. Davenport. . .20 

.Link, Louis 1. .F. P. Carroll 21 

390 . . Lockhart, John .... 1 . . Alfred Duff 18 

391 . . Laz, Chrisostimus . , 1 . . John G. Wilson 20 

M 

392 . . McCarty, James ... 3 . . Win. H. Tillinghast .... 21 

393 . . Meyer, Henry 3 . . William Speiden 21 

394. . Meyer, Henrich .... 3 . . P. A. Leonard 18 

395 . . Mullency, John 3 . . Isaac Hoffman 18 

396 . . Miller, Alexander . . 3 . . John Foley 21 

397 . . Me Anally, Michael . 1 . . John H. Greevo 20 

398, . Moon, John H 1 . . Calvin Voorhis 20 

399 . . McCarthy, Dennis . . 1 . . T. S. Chamberlain 18 

400. .McCarthy, Florence 1. .H. F. Dodcff 20 

401 . . McGrath, Patrick . . 1 . . George McGrath 18 



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402 . . Newton, Edward ... 1 . . Thomas Dooley 20 

403 . . Nolen, Edward 1 . . Robert G. Remsen 18 

404 . . Noll, Charles ...... 1 . . William G. Flammer ... 20 

!) " ''-':'- ' Q Vn l <;';i,^ '"* 

405. .Oeschlin, Conrad. . . 3. .Michael Seigman 18 

406 . . Ostheimer, Fred. ... 1 . . C. J. Clark 20 

407 . . O'Keefe, Owen 1 . . 0. G. Bogert 20 



408..Prige,Johu 3.. William De Groot 18 

409 . . Pigott, George 3 . . Henry M. Dodge 18 

410..Pettit, Charles 3.. A. A. Alvord 21 

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411. .Quinn, John 3. .Joseph Strouse 20 

412 . . Queri, Francis 1 . . William Astor 21 

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Reymers, William . . 3. . Henry T. Blodgett 21 

Roux, John 3 . . Benjamin A. Kissarn ... 21 

415 .. Rose, George 1 . . Lucius A. Russell 20 

416 .. Rickets, Emanuel ... 1 . . John H. Dingman 20 



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417 .. Shortsleeve, John . . 3 . . Abraham A. Selover ... 18 

418 . . Sprague, John 3 . . Emil Sauer 21 

419 .. Scanlon, Patrick ... 3 . . M. W. Cooper 18 

420 . . Signer, Henry P . . . . 3 . . Charles A. Whitney ... 21 

421.. Schmidt, John 2 .. Isaac H. Hull 18 

422 . . Smith, John 1 . . William H. Craft 20 

423 . . Stoll, Ludwig 1 . . Edward H. Lynde 20 

424 . . Scott, John 1 . . Thomas R. McNeil .... 20 

425 . . Stark, George M . . . 1 . . Matthew Hettrick 20 

426. . Snyder, Jacob P . . . 1 . . George W. Wilson .... 20 

T 

427 . . Turner, Edward .... 3 . . Clark S. Brown 18 

428. .Thompson, Joseph . 3. .Henry R. Morgan 21 

429 . . Thompson, Alex 1 . . Charles F. Hartman ... 20 

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430. .Van Tassell, Ellmore 1. .William W. Matson. . . .20 

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431 . . Wilson, James 3 . . G. A. Kissam 21 

432 . . Weber, Benjamin ... 3 . . Allen D. Bailey 18 

433 . . Wakeman, James ... 3 . . Michael H. Cushman . -. 21 

434 . . Whigham, John R . . 1 . . Isaac Anderson 18 

435. , Wierling, Frederick. 1 . .Austin A, Fuller 20 



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436 . . Adams, John 3 . . James B. Willard . . 19 

B 

437 . . Brown, John A .... 3 . . Selig S. Fisher 22 

438 . . Barrett, Thomas ... 3 . . F. M. Bixby 19 

439 . . Brown, John 3 . . John F. Hoffman 

440 . . Brewer, James P . .. . 1 . . A. J. Williamson ....... 19 

441 . . Benton, Charles T . . 3 . . Samuel E. Hawkins .... 22 

442 . . Brooks, William .... 1 . . Thomas C. Townsend . . 22 

443 . . Bovins, Lafayette H. 1 . . Philip Daily 22 

444 , . Barnett, Frank 1 , . Edward W. Rachan .... 19 

C 

445 . . Clare, William 1 , . Charles H. Janes 12 

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446 . . Durr, John G 3 . . Soloman Bachnian 22 

447 . .Donnebaur, William. 1 . .William A. Owens. .... 12 



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448 . . Eggers, Henry 1 . . John Hepp 12 

449 . . Eagan, Michael 1 . . William H. Delaney ... 19 



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450 . . Frey, John 3 . . Alfred Thurston 19 

451 . . Foster, David E 1 . . George W. Stephens ... 12 

452 . . Fitzgerald, Edward . 1 . . John W. Jackson 22 

G 

453 . . Gokel, Frank 3 . . Jacob Cohen 19 

454. . Gaggi, Charles 3 . . Isaac Philips 19 

'455 . . Gagpar, Louis 1 . E. E. Wright 22 

H 

456 . . Heil, Charles 3 . . Henry Freidman ,12 

457 . . Havranack, Franz . . 1 . . Jonas Sparks, Jr 22 

458 . .Hope, Thomas .... 1 . , Nathaniel Holmes 12 

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459 . . Kelzenbeyer, John . . 3 . . Henry L. Foster 19 

460 . . Kuoch, Charles F . . 3 . . James W. Arkenburgh . 22 
401 .. Kurvhij James 1 . . Aaron B. Myer 12 



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462 . . Keith, George 1 . . William E. Collyer .... 19 

463 . . Kessler, John 1 . . Charles Sass 19 

464. .Klutt, John 1 . . A. Lissner 22 

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465 . . Leavitt, John 1 . . Frederick Ryer 12 

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466 . . Mier, Henry 3 . . Park Mattherson 22 

467 . . Monaghan, William . 3 . . John Straiton 12 

468 . . Morand, William E . 1 . . Guy R. Pelton 19 

469 . . Murphy, John 1 . . Daniel P. Ingraham, Jr. 12 

470 . . Miller, Jacob 1 . . Mortimer Ward 22 

471 .. McGinnis, James ... 1 . . Alfred Ing 22 

472 . . Manlier, Francis ... 1 . . J. Romaine Brown 12 

N 

473. .Nelson, Charles 3. .Peter L. Buchanan 22 

474. . Neader, Henry 1 . . Bernard H. Smith 22 

475 . . Newton, Francis ... 1 . . B. Sondheim 19 

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476 . . Patsch, John 3 . . David Thurston . . . 19 



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gi Name of Substitute. of Name of Principal. & 

ft; service. p: 

477 . . Quinn, Matthew .... 1 . .Frederick F. Pullen ... 22 



R 

478 . . Rogers, Franklin ... 3 . . Walter F. Jones 12 

479 . . Raihais, John 1 . . John M. Patterson .... 12 

480 . . Rocher, Otto 1 . . Eugene Mulligan 19 

s 

481 . . Schmohl, Gottleib . . 3 . . August F. Holly 22 

482 . . Smith, Henry Clay . 1 . . Samuel Calvert 12 

483 . . Seifahrt, William ... 1 . . John M. Wallace ; 22 

484 . . Squire, John M 1 . . Richard J. Leggat 22 

485. .Shipley, Edward ... 1. .Benjamin G, Martin . . .22 

486. .Shortt, Charles .... 1 . .Thomas H. Wagstaff . .12 

487. .Snell, John 1 . . J, G, Hitchcock 22 

488 . . Schroder, Albert ... 1 . . James Mahar 22 

T 

489 . . Taylor, James ..... 3 . . Samuel G* Corlies 22 

490 . . Tip ton, John 3 . . Frederick D, Tappan . . 22 



M>.!lu'l A! ;!-M"-l.;n''i .. I- 



;:i ..... . Kfiuot .'-I v.HuV/ . .' 

-i . . , Mov/iMju'i .f/i c.rM.. i 

I? i n <.! Mil'!/! Mn'/'.'li'S i 



ENLISTED FOR THE NAVY. 



FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



B 

Years ss 

cj, Name of Substitute. of Name of Principal. 

ft$ service. ^ 

491 . . Beide, James 3 . . William Brinckhoff 8 

C 

492. . Chapman, Charles E 3. .Edward C. Williams. . . 1 

493 . . Cook, Henry 3 . . Chas. E. Knickerbocker 5 

494 . . Croy, James 3 . . Lawrence Depew 8 

P 

495.. Frazer, Robert 3. .Edward V. Fargis ..... 4 

R 

496 . . Rice, James H 3 . . William H. Paulding ... 8 

497.. Ritcher, Louis B.... 3. . Charles C.Wilcox 8 



Poc, No. 12. 598 



FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



te; Fears 

^ Name of Substitute. of 

(S; service. 

498 . . Bailey, Ephraim ---- 3 . . James A. Eaton ....... 7 



Name of Substitute. of Name of Principal. p 

service. 



N 

499 . . Nelson, Andrew .... 3 . . Daniel Nelson 7 

w 

500. .Warren, William ... 2. .David W. Koehler 13 



599 Doc, No. K2. 



I > 



SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, 



V* 

*5 I ears 

&. Name of Substitute- of Ndfne. of Principal* :.!'., 

25 service. ^ 

501 . .Boyle, Hugh ....... 3. .Theodore T. Morah . .'. f . 15 

502 . . Batten, William 2 . . Charles B. Knovals 16 

503 . .Brady, John 3 . .Edward W. Converse . . 16 

504. .Bedford, William H. 3. .Bryan K. Stevens, Jr . .15 



505 . . Cunningham, T 3 . . Adolph Heyl . . . . 15 

506. .Cunningham, J..M . 3. .K. G. Brown 16 

D 

507 . . Dimlavy, Charles ... 2 . . George S. Weston . . . . 16 

50S. . Dempsey, John 2. . Henry Gitterman . . :16 

509 . . Doremus, George ... 3 . . James Watson 16 

F 

510. .Fay, John ..... 3. . Bernard Po^ijanski 16 



Doc, No. 12. 600 

G 

fej Years 

g> JVame o/ Substitute. of Name of Principal. js 

Gq service. S 

511. . Go wan, James B. ... 3. .Benj. W. Blanchard 15 

512. .Gibson, James 3. .William A. Hay 15 

H 

513 . . Howard, Charles ... 3 . . Oliver M. Dodge 16 

514. .Hanson, Peter 2. .W. Fleming Smith 16 



J 

515. .Johnston, William. . 3. .Albert W.Whitney ... 16 

K 

5 16.. Kramer, William H. 3. .N. S. W. Vanderhoef . . 8 
517 . . Kingsley, William M. 3 . . Jervis McEntee 15 

M 

518 .. Morrison, William , . 3 . . Silas Downing 16 

519.. Miller, George V .. 2.. John H. Post 16 

520 . . McCarthy, Jeremiah 3 . . Arthur T. Kurd 9 

N 

521 . , Xoonan, James 3 . . John C. Barren 15 



601 Doc. No. 12. 



R 

P 

< Years "? 

g> Name of Substitute. of Name of Principal. k S 

fc; service. is 

522 . . Reardon, John 3 . . Leopold Wise 16 



523 . . Swart, John 3 . . Herman Greenbaum ... 16 

524 . . Schuldt, William ... 2 . . Richard L. Dugdale ... 9 



525 . . Thansey, William . . 2 . . Robert K. Davis 15 

526..Tobin, James M 3.. Leopold J. Werner 16 

w 

527 . . Westbrook, Samuel . 2 . . Samuel C. Burdick 16 



Doc. No. 12. 602 



SEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



B 

< Years 

s>. Name of Substitute. of Name of Principal. 

service. ^ 

528 . . Barry. John 3 . . Fras. Spiess 17 

H 

529 . . Haslund, Neils 2 . . James G. Sweeney 17 

M 

530. . Mulholland. John H. 2. .Jacob Newberger 17 

P 

531 . . Peet, John 3. .Ulrich Rothlisberger . . 17 



603 Doc. No. 12. 



EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, 



B 

,0 

*5 Years 

g> Name of Substitute. of Name of Principal. 

aq service. is 

532 . . Brown, John 3 . . David M. Turmire IS 

533 . . Brown, William .... 3 . . Samuel V. Wright 18 

534. .Brown, George 2. .William H. Pomeroy. . .21 

535 . . Brandwood, William. 3 . . Thomas C. M. Paton ... 20 
536. .Burr, Henry 3. . Charles H. Kermer 18 



537 . . Cawte, James 2 . . Sherman W. Knevals . . 20 

538 . . Clark, James 3 . . Eugene J. Jackson .... 21 

539. . Christopher, Chris'n 3 . .Philip W. Frank 20 

540 . . Cline, Thomas 3 . . William C. Earle 18 

541 . . Corcoran, Dennis. . . 3. .John E. Fishley 18 

D 

542 . . Dowde, Patrick .... 3 . .Howard Lapsley 18 



Doc, No. 12. 604 

E 

o 

5 Years ? 

JVame of Substitute. of Name of Principal. t S 

ft; service. s 

543 . . Ebenhard, Alex 3 . . John Daniel Brey 18 

544 . . Elliott, Joseph 3 . . John W. Mott 21 

F 

545 . . Fitzgibbons, Wm ... 2 . . William Sulzbacher ... 20 

G ., :- '':. 

546. . Goodman, John .... 3. .James W. Blatchford . .21 



547 . . Hunt, Henry G . . . . 3 . . William 0. Hoffman ... 18 
548 Hollister, Charles . . 3 . . Julius W. Rosenstein . . 20 
549 . . Hastings, William . . 3 . . William L. Lockwood . . 21 



550 . . Jackson, John 3 . . E. W. Frank 2i 

551 . . Jones, Charles B . . . 2 . . Benjamin F. Kendal ... 18 

K 

552 . . King, Edward 2 . . ToAvnsend Cox 21 

553 . . King, John 3 . . James D. Gates 21 



605 Doc. No. 12. 



^ Years ^ 

^> JVame of Substitute. of Name of Principal. 

a service. p 

554 . . Lamey, Martin 3 . . Henry De Ay res 18 



M 

555 . . Murphy, Miles 3 . . John Bradley 21 

556 . . Martin, Richard .... 2 . . Albert A. Drake 18 

557 . . Morrison, William . . 2 . . Thomas J. Flagg 18 

558 . . Morrisey, John 3 . . Charles C. Edey 18 

559 . . McDermott, James . . 3 . . John H. Johnston 21 

560 . . Morris, John 3 . . John N. E well 21 

561. .Morris, Robert 3. . James T. Young- 21 

562 . . McDonnell, James . . 3 . . Dudley Field 18 

563 . . Malufius. John 2 . . William J. Young 20 

N 

564. . Nesby, Joseph . ... 3 . . George R. Thorndike . . 18 
565 . . Nickels, William ... 2 . . Caleb B. Knevah 20 

P 

566. .Pickens, Absolem . , 3. .Nathaniel W. Chater . . 18 

s 

567 . . Shears, Wesley 2 . . E. H. Nichols 21 



Doc. No. 12. 606 



5 Years 

> .ZVame of Substitute. of Name of Principal. $ 

ft* service. ^ 

568.. Tabst, Louis 3. .D. B. Theband. . .18 



w 

569 . . Wallace, Alex. C . . . 2 . . Jacob Ballin . . . 20 



607 Doc. No. 12. 



NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 

n,J*.y /. mi in 



B 

^ i -.-.. :,- ,!.:.:! ./ ;,- . 

<; Years ? 

g> Name of Substitute. of Name of Principal. 8 

s^ service. P 

570 . . Burke, Richard .... 3 . . James L. Dawes 12 

c 

571. . Curry, James 3. .Marc Eidliz 19 

572 . . Callahan, George ... 2 . . James Forrester 19 

D 

573 . . Dalton, James B 3 . . Robert L. S. Paton 22 

J 

574 . . Jones, Thomas 3 . . Charles Y. Ward 22 

M 

575. . McLaughlin, William 2. .Francis Bazzoni 12 

N 

576. .Norman, Thomas ... 3. .Aug. Cheesbrough ... .12 



Doc. Mo. 12. 608 

R 

< 

fe; Years 

> Name of Substitute. of Name of Principal. ^ 

ft; service. i^ 

577 . . Redmond, John 3 . . Thomas A. Eaton 22 

s 

578 . . Smith, Charles 3 . . James A. Polhamus .... 12 



INDEX TO SUBSTITUTES. 



r 



USTIDEX. 



Reg 



No. 
1 
o 

3 
4 

79 
80 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
300 
301 
330 
331 
332 
333 
436 



Allen, John . . ._ 

Anderson, Charles . . 

Albert, Joseph 

Arnold, Thomas 

Almire, Bernard 

Arhart, Charles C . . . 

Antone, Philip 

Anderson, John 

Antoniolo, Domingo 
Anderson, William.. 

Arpagez, Paula 

Amend, Charles 

Anderson, John 

Anderson, Peter .... 
Anderson, John F . . . 

Arnold, Charles 

Atkinson, Thomas . . 
Adams. John . . 



B 



Blurnc, Charles 5 

Blake, Joseph F 6 

Benny, John 7 

Bonheim, Jacob 8 

Becker, Charles 9 

Bradley, Patrick 10 

Brown, Charles 11 

Baker, Patrick 12 

Bolzman, William. 13 

Billkardt, Louis 14 

Bathgate, James 15 

Bens, William 16 

Blumentrill, John F. D 81 

Barstay, George 82 

Bracken, John 83 

Brainard, Norman 84 

Brandt, Carl 85 

Barrett, Lewis 86 



Rug No. 

Barroe, Charles 87 

Bay, Lewis 88 

Barnard, Henry J 89 

Browning, William 90 

Brechbuhl, John 160 

Bishop, Thomas 161 

Burns, James. 162 

Baptiste, Jean 163 

Bruce, James 164 

Brown, J. C 165 

Bryant, Eobert 166 

Babzien, Charles 167 

Barnes, Henry 168 

Black, James 169 

Buckley, John 170 

Bowen, W. T 171 

Brown, James 172 

Busch, Charles 302 

Burke, Henry 303 

Bargman, Heinrich 334 

Bond, George 335 

Bomberger, Jacob 336 

Brennan, Peter 337 

Bonewes, John 338 

Boardman, William 339 

Burke, Christopher -340 

Brown, William 341 

Brooks, Joseph 342 

Burgess, Tnomas 343 

Brown, John A 437 

Barrett, Thomas 438 

Brown, John 439 

Brewer, James P 440 

Benton, Charles T 441 

Brooks, William 442 

Bevins, Lafayette H 443 

Barnett. Frank 444 

Beide. James 491 

Bailey, Ephraim 498 

Boyle, Hugh 501 

Batten. William 502 



Doc. No. 12. 



612 



Reg. No. 

Brady, John 503 

Bedford, William H 504 

Barry, John 528 

Brown, John 532 

Brown, William 533 

Brown, George 534 

Brandwood, William 535 

Burr, Henry 536 

Burke, Richard 570 



Reg. No. 

Clark, James 538 

Christopher, Christian 539 

Cline, Thomas 540 

Corcoran, Dennis 541 

Curry, James 571 

Call ah an. George 572 



Carroll. Francis 17 

Clark, Charles Henry 18 

Collins. William 19 

Cimcr. Herman K 20 

Cox. Henry 21 

Corlies, Henry 22 

Cornell, Patrick 91 

Cnlhane, Patrick 92 

Cambridge, Augustus 03 

Connor, Jeremiah 94 

Cavanagh, Michael 95 

Cannon^ James 96 

Christian, John 97 

Carson, David 98 

Connick. Michael 173 

Collins, Thomas 174 

Clark, Peter 175 

Cameron, Henry 176 

Collins, John F 177 

Crue, John 178 

Carmiencke, John 179 

Clark, Joseph 180 

Clark, Thomas 181 

Conners, John 304 

Christ, George 305 

Crohn, Samuel 344 

Christian, Maurice 3 J 5 

Clark, Lewis 346 

Chatlerson, Jesse 347 

Clark, John 348 

Corey, Daniel 349 

Corrigan, Terrence 350 

Chalker. Homer 351 

Clancy, John T 352 

Clark, Jacob 353 

Carey, Edward 354 

Caufield, Patrick 355 

Carnon (or Connor), John 356 

Carleton, Charles 357 

Clare, William 445 

Chapman, Charles E 492 

Cook, Henry 493 

Croy, James 494 

Cunningham, Timothy 505 

Cunningham, James M 506 

Cawte, James 537 



Donolme, William 23 

Dullard, Michael 24 

Dieterlc, Carl 25 

Darcy, Andrew 26 

Doherty, James 27 

Dietrich, George 9i 

Dunlaney, Thomas 100 

Drimpier. Theophilus 101 

Donovan, Timothy . . 102 

Deming, Sherman 103 

Downey, John 182 

Daly, Peter 183 

Dunn, James 184 

Dutcher, George W 185 

Davenport, Dudley 186 

Driesen, Henry H 358 

Downey, Henry 359 

Dumont, Henry 360 

Dowd, Martin .' 361 

Durr, John G 446 

Donnebaur, William 447 

Dunlavy. Charles 507 

Dempsey, John 508 

Doremus. George 509 

Dowde. Patrick 542 

Dnlton. James B . . 573 



Elliot, John 28 

Edmonds, Charles 29 

Elletson. John 104 

Eigan. William 187 

Erff, William 306 

Englemann, Frederick 307 

Everitt, George H 362 

Eggers, Henry 448 

Eagan, Michael 449 

Ebenhard, Alexander 543 

Elliott, Joseph 544 



Frieke, Carl 30 

Follmann. Theodore 31 



Doc. No. 12. 



Fuller John 


Keg. No. 
105 


H 


Reg. No . 
39 


Frank John 


106 


Flvnn Joseph .., 


107 


Han< r David 


40 


Figher, John 


. ... 108 


Heahe Christian 


41 


Frankenf'elder, Fritz 


... 188 


Hanfln Michael. 


42 


Flannerv William , .... 


189 


Henricks Bernard 


. 43 


Flvnn Patrick 


... 190 




4t 


Fa'rller. Karl 


. ... 191 


Henderson JoLn 


112 


Fletcher, James 


... 192 


Haley George 


113 


Frederick, Charles Louis. . 
Figel, Andreas 
Flanagan, James 


193 
194 
195 


Hynes William 


... 114 


Halli (r an Ambrose .... 


115 


Hammond Oliver 


116 


Farrell, John 


IDG 


Held MaY 


117 


Frick, Gottleib 


197 


Hofl'man Jacob 


202 


Fites, James 


308 


T-Tmvn.rH 1-Tpnrv 


202 


Foley Patrick . ... 


. . 309 i Hartry Thoma's 


203 


Farhein. Leonard 


. . . 303 Hewser, Christopher . 


'204 


Fowler, Henry O 


. . . . 364 Henry Thomas 


206 


Path, George 


. . . 365 ! Hamilton Henry 


207 


Pay. Michael 


366 Hawes Timothy 


20H 


Farley, John 


. . . . 367 Henry James 


209 


Floyd, Theodore 


. . . . 368 Harris James 


. . 210 


Frey John 




313 


Foster, Pavid E 


. ... 451 


Henry William 


314 


Fitzgerald, Edward 


452 


Hornback, Gottfried . . . 

Hvnps Martin 


315 
272 


Frazer, Robert 


. 495 


Fay, John 


. . .. 510 Harvey Patrick 


. 373 


Fil/"'ibbons, William 


. . . . 545 Hnrkin John 


374 


G 

Gesell, Henry 


. 32 


Hupf Frederick C 


. ... 375 


Hu"hes, Henry 


376 


Hunter, Edward 


377 


Hefferman, Patrick .... 


378 


Howard, Charles . . . 


379 


Heil Charles 


456 


Gibson, William J 


33 




457 


Grunsti, Frit/ 


. 34 




4''58 


Gallagher, Thomas 


. . . . 35 




r )\3 


Gunn, Patrick . . 


. . . . 3(5 




514 


Gadd, William 


. . . . 37 




529 


Gabrick, Joseph 


38 




547 


Griffin, John 


109 




<iiS 


Gorman, Peter 


. ... 110 




^11 


Groot, Andrew 


111 


J 

Jetter, Joseph 


45 


Galla"her John . . 


198 


Gros William 


199 


Gibbin Thomas 


200 




201 




310 


Johnson, James 


118 


Germain Kdward 


:;ii 


Johnson, William 


211 


Gurnaii Peter 


. 312 


Johnson, William 


380 




369 


Johnston, William .... 


515 


Go 'er Martin 


370 


Jackson, John 


650 




371 


Jones, Charles B 


551 


Gokel Frank 


453 


Jones, Thomas 


574 


Ga"ie Cliarles . . . . 


454 


K 

Kruulz, Henry . , 


45 


Gaspar Louis 


455 


Gowan, James B 


511 


Gibson James 


512 


Goodman, John , , 


.. 540 



614 



Reg. No. 

Kelly, William 47 

Kelly. James 48 

Kenny, Patrick 49 

Kilroy, John 119 

Kelley, Richard 212 

Kelly, Patrick 213 

Knapp, Charles 214 

Kelly, Uriah M 215 

Kutschera, Franz 216 

Kain, John 217 

Kerr, William 218 

Kalef, Simon 219 

Kaiser, Gottfried 316 

Kersten, Prank 317 

Koeberlin, Michael 318 

Kelly, Patrick 381 

Kelly, John 382 

Kelly, Francis 383 

Kinney. Patrick 384 

Klien," Valentine 385 

Kelzenbeyer. John 459 

Kuoch, Charles F 4fiO 

Kurvin, James 461 

Keith, George 462 

Kessler, John 463 

Klutt, John 464 

Kramer, William H 516 

Kingsley, William M '. . . 517 

King, Edward 552 

King, John 553 



Lamb, James M 

Lum. Henry 61 

Lantemone, John 120 

Legemeister, Henry 121 

Long. Peter 122 

Leary, John 123 

Lawrle, Edward 220 

Lanelle, Henry 221 

Leplace, Solomon 222 

Laud, George 223 

Lewellen, David 224 

Lepauvre, Julius 225 

Le Sage, Francis S19 

Long, John 386 

La Tulle, Joan 387 

Leonhardt, Edward 388 

Link, Louis 389 

Lockhardr, John 390 

Laz, Chrisostimus 391 

Leavitt, John 4C5 

Lamey. Martin 554 

M 

Miller, Francis 25 



Keg. No. 

Murphy, Patrick 53 

Maloy, John 54 

Morgan, Patrick 55 

Mitchael, John 56 

McCarty, Samuel 57 

Murrell, William 58 

Murphy, Patrick 124 

Marion, Christian 125 

McCormick, John 126 

Mulrey. John 127 

Miller, Frederick 128 

Magee. Patrick 129 

Mahl, Frederick 226 

McCraiken, William .". . . 227 

McDonald, Alexander 228 

Molenskie, Julius 229 

Moe. Andrew 230 

McCarty, Michael 231 

Merkel," Sebastian 232 

Marcus, Edward 233 

Morrison, James 234 

Miller. Jacob 235 

Maguire, Peter 236 

Murphy, Michael 237 

Mair, Herman 238 

McGuire, William 239 

McGuigan, John 240 

Miller, Henry 241 

Mullavey. Patrick 242 

Mettler, Severin 243 

McCormick, Robert 244 

Miller, George 320 

Martin, Albert 321 

McGetrick, Thomas 322 

Mueller, Herman 323 

Miller, John 324 

McCarty, James ,102 

Meyer, 'Henry 393 

Meyer, Heinrich 394 

Mulleny, John 395 

Miller, Alexander 396 

McAnally, Michael 397 

Moon, John H 398 

McCarthy, Dennis 399 

McCarthy. Florence 400 

McGrath, Patrick 401 

Mier, Henry 466 

Monaghan,' William 467 

Mo rand, William E 468 

Murphy, John 469 

Miller,' Jacob 470 

McGinnis, James 471 

Manlier, Francis 472 

Morrison, William 518 

Miller, George V 519 

McCarthy, Jeremiah 520 

Mulholland. John H f>30 

Murphy, Miles 555 

Martin, Richard . 556 



615 



Doc. No. 12. 



Reg No. 

Morrison, William 657 

Morrisey, John 558 

McDermott, James 559 

Morris, John 560 

Morris, Eobert 561 

McDonnell, James 562 

Maluflus, John 563 

McLoughlin, William 575 



N 

Newbaur, Ludwig 59 

Nolan, James 60 

Nicholas, Louis 245 

Nonzis, Pietro 246 

Newton, Edward 402 

Nolan, Edward 403 

Noll, Charles 404 

Nelson, Charles > 473 

Neander, Henry 474 

Newton, Francis 475 

Nelson, Andrew 499 

Noonan. James 521 

Nesby, Joseph 504 

Nickbls, William 565 

Noonan, Thomas 576 



O'Leary, William 01 

OToole, Michael 62 

O'Grady. John 63 

O'Brien, James 130 

O'Brien, John 247 

O'Eielly, Miles 248 

Owens, Michael 249 

O'Neil, William 250 

Owen, Harvey 325 

O'Brien, John 326 

Oeschlin, Conrad 405 

Ostheimer, Frederick 406 

O'Keefe. Owen 407 



Reg. Vc. 

Putz, Peter 327 

Prige, John 408 

Pigott, George 409 

Pettit, Charles 410 

Patsch, John 476 

Peet, John 631 

Pickens, Absalom 666 



Quiun, John 411 

Queri, Francis 412 

Quinn, Matthew 477 



R 



Robinson, Robert 134 

Ryan, Morris 135 

Rinderknecht, Karl 136 

Reinhard, Herman 137 

Riley, James 138 

Rotzer, Frederick 139 

Ryan, Thomas 254 

Rice. George 255 

Rice, William.: 256 

Ryder, George 257 

Rowley, William 258 

Reig, George 259 

Reilly, John 260 

Roliiiger, Anton 261 

Rehm, John 262 

Reymers , William 413 

Roux. John 414 

Rose. George 415 

Rickets, Eihanuel 416 

Rogers, Franklin 478 

Raihas, John 479 

Rochee, Otto 480 

Rice, James H 496 

Richter, Louis B 497 

Reardon, John 522 

Redmond, John 577 



Patterson, Hubert <;4 

Pape, Joseph 65 

Perry, John 66 

Peterson. Hans 67 

Phillips, Henry 131 

Patrick, James 132 

Phillips, Henry .' 133 

Powers, George 251 

Patton, Morris 252 

Pearson. Peter 253 



feuerer, Emauuel 68 

Schnltze. Auguste 69 

Smith, William 70 

Stienham, Alexander 71 

Smith, Richard 140 

Stremmel, Jacob . 141 

Sweeney, Edward 142 

Smith, George 143 

Schope. John 144 

Scully, Michael 145 



Doc. No. 12. 



616 



Reg. No. 

Schwerser, George 146 

Schenerich, Adolph 147 

Strange, August 148 

Syms, Thomas 149 

Smith, William H 150 

Smith. James 263 

Stanley, John 264 

Schwartz, Charles 265 

Sullivan, James 266 

Sullivan, William 267 

Seaton, William 268 

Sud, Courtnay 269 

Schramm, Frederick 270 

Schmidt, Gustave 271 

Schultz, Henry A 272 

Schlatter, Heronimus 328 

Shortsleeve, John 417 

Sprague, John 418 

Scanlon, Patrick 419 

Signer, Henry P 420 

Schmidt, John 421 

Smith, John 422 

Stoll, Ludwig 423 

Scott, John 424 

Stark, George SI 425 

Snyder, Jacob P. . 426 

Schmohl. Gottleib. 481 

Smith, Henry Clay.- 482 

Seifahrt, William 483 

Squire, John M 484 

Shipley, Edward B 485 

Short, Charles 486 

Snell, John 487 

Schroder, Albert 488 

Swart, John 523 

Schuldt. William 524 

Shears, Wesley 567 

Smith, Charles . . 578 



Terwiliger, Thomas P 72 

Tully, William H 161 

Thompson, William '. ... 152 

Thompson, George 273 

Thompson, William 274 

Thompson, Thomas 275 

Taler, Francis 276 

Thielmann, Franz 277 

Turner, Edward 427 

Thompson, Joseph 428 

Thompson, Alexander 429 

Taylor, James 489 

Tipton, John 490 

Thangey, William 525 

Tobin, James M 526 

Tabst, Louis. ,.....,.,,,, 568 



Reg. No. 

Van Yessin, Paul 73 

Vays, Lewis 163 

Vehring, Conrad 278 

Von Otter, Emile 279 

Van Tassell, Ellmore 430 



W 

Walsh, Edward 74 

Welch, John 75 

Wheelan, Michael 76 

Watson, Anthony 77 

Williams, John 154 

Weintz, Carl 280 

Wells, Charles H 2*1 

Williams, Thomas 282 

Welch, Morris 283 

White, Edward 284 

Wilson, Michael 285 

Williams, Henry 286 

Wolff, Charles 287 

Willis, William 288 

Wilkinson, John 289 

Williams, Charles H 290 

Willard, Thomas 291 

Williamson. George 292 

Ward, Frank 293 

Weinberg, Louis 294 

Webb, Charles H 295 

Weisker, Bernard 296 

Wilbeck, Francis 297 

White, Clement 298 

Welsh, Henry 329 

Wilson, James 431 

Weber, Benjamin 432 

Wakeman, James 433 

Whigam, John R 434 

Wierling. Frederick 435 

Warren, William 500 

Westbrook, Samuel 627 

Wallace, Alexander C 569 



Yahr. Rudolph 295* 



Zenker, Berthold 78 



INDEX TO PRINCIPALS. 



TISTDEX 



A 


r<g. No. 


Bluii, EliasN 


Reg. No. 
. . ..229 


Auffustin William . . . , 


40 


Busick, S. A 


240 


Abos, Herman 


104 


Bogert, Charles E 


247 


Anderson H 8 . . . 


118 


Bernheimer. Abraham 


254 


Atkinson James 


153 


Brown, Philip 


. . . . 268 


Astoin Celcstine 


191 


Berdan, John H 


269 


Allen, Timothy P 


196 


Block, John 


. 271 


Allen, Charles D. 


198 


Brunner, Williain 


281 


Ap^ar, Louis J. . . . 


. . . 214 


Banfleld, M. J 


. . .300 


Anthas, William 


251 


Barklev. S. J 


306 


Acller, Selisman 


361 


Beers, H. S 


351 


Alvord A. A. 


410 


Bruce, Franklin H. 


357 


Astor, William 


412 


Burns, Bernard 


. . .375 


\nderson, Isaac 


434 


Brice, Charles 


380 


Arkenburg, James W. 


460 


Bogert, 0. G 


. . . 407 


Avers Henrvl) 


554 


Blodgett, Henry T 


413 






Brown, Clark S 


427 






Bailey, Allen D 


... 432 


B 




Bixby, F. M 


438 






Bachman, Solomon 


446 


Burnes, Patrick ... 


1L 


Brown, J. Roniain 


472 


Burke. Edward J 


33 


Buchanan, Peter L 


473 


Barry, Patrick 


... 89 


Brinckhoff, William 


491 


Black, Thomas N 


45 


Brown, K. G 


506 


Becker William . . . 


59 


Blanchard, Benjamin W . 


. . . 511 


Romert Frederick 


()."> 


Barren, John C 


521 


Bishop Horace W 


88 


Btirdick, Samuel C 


. . . . 527 


Buck John . . . 


89 


Brey. John Daniel 


543 


Brown, Joseph V. B 


105 


Blatchford, James W 


. . 546 


Blackburn, David .... 


108 


Bradley, John 


555 


Buckbee, John 


. .. 119 


Ballin. Jacob 


569 


Babcock, George C. 


... 141 


Baxzoni. Francis 


575 


Brunin " Charles F 


150 






Bartletr, Alfred W 


ICO 






Black, James 


172 


C 




Bowdoin, George S . . 


.. .. 182 








202 


Cooiev Luther 11 


i; 


Brunner, Samuel 


212 


Carrington, James 


31 


Bartholm, Thomas J.... 


220 


Clark, James . 


. 37 


Banks, James L 


223 


Couly. John 


. 42 


Burr. William H . . 


.. 227 


Campbell. Joseph F .. 


. 4fi 



Doc. No. 12. 





Reg. No. 




Reg. No. 


Cherry, James 


61 


Dayton, Jesse C 


347 


Cowen, Michael 


63 


Dudley, Henry 


350 


Clarkson, Edward 
Curtain, Daniel 


115 
140 


Darling, William H 
Dunlap, Samuel F 


, , . 368 
372 


Craig, William H 


143 


Dow, William C 


.... 373 


Cohen, Issac S 


156 


Duffin, Jonas 


376 


Clark, Samuel C 


...... 159 


Davenport, James B 


388 


Corey, Robert P 


181 


Duff, Alfred 


390 


Carter, Herman G 


187 


Dodef, H. F 


400 


Canierden, F. J 


195 


Dooley, Thomas 


402' 


Conover, Samuel 


215 


De Groot, William 


408 


Crooke, John J 


226 


Dodge, Henry M 


409 


Cole, Rufus L 


233 


Dingman, John H 


416 


Cunningham. Ezra N . . . 


242 


Daily, Philip 


443 


Camerden, Charles C. 
Cohn, Henry 


245 
255 


Delancey, W. H 
Depew, Lawrence 


449 
494 


Corlies, John W 


260 


Dodge, Oliver W 


513 


Crooke, Robert 


263 


Downing, Silas 


518 


Carev, George 


267 


Dugdale, Richard L 


..... 524 


Content, Noah 


275 


Davis, Robert K 


525 


Cassidy, Thomas C 


288 


Drake, Albert A 


556 


Cue ack, Terence 


305 


Dawes. James L 


570 


Collins, Benjamin 


314 






Camp, William A 


330 






Currie, John C 


340 


E' . -i 




Coppet, Henry de 


346 






Crosby, Henry A 
Campbell. Samuel 
Carroll, F. P 
Chamberlin, T. S 


348 
366 
389 
399 


Eageii, John 
Emanuel, Frederick 
Emory, Amos E 
Erich, David 


10 
38 
, , C4 
76 


Clark, C. J 
Cooper, M.W 
Craft, W. H 
Cashman, Michael H 
Cohen, Jacob 
Collyer, William E 
Calvert, Samuel 
Corlies, Samuel G 
Converse, Edward W. 
Cox, Townsend 
Chater, Nathaniel W 
Cheesebrough, Aug .... 


406 
419 
422 
433 
453 
462 
482 
489 
503 
552 
567 
576 


Elder, George W 
Einstein, D. L 
Eagleson, Alexander M 
Einstein, Edward 
Earle, Mortimer L 
Eaton, James A 
Earle, William C 
Edey, Charles C 
Ewell, JohnN 
Eidliz, Marc 
Eaton. Thomas A 


. , 183 
189 
194 
228 
. . . . , 342 
498 
540 
558 
570 
571 
577 



Duryca, Hiram 23 

Douglas, F. E 53 

De Venoye, Marc : 54 

Donovan. Michael 134 

Davis, John R 149 

Uemerest, John J 162 

De Long, R. C 219 

Do Rham. Charles H 221 

Dewey, Charles P 249 

Dayton, George 278 

Dexter, George 280 

Downes, James 13 290 



Fitzgerald, Patrick 16 

Frohwitter, August 20 

Farrell, Daniel 70 

Feyh, William 71 

FucliH, John 85 

Fay, Logan 101 

Faren, William 130 

Forchheimer, David 155 

Flewellin, George '. 169 

Frageser, John 176 

Finn, Daniel 237 

Fletcher, James 296 

Friedman, A, S ' 328 



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R"g 



Eraser, Caldwell 

Felt, Edward A 

Flanagan, Thomas . . . 
Frothingham, 0. B... 

Foley, John 

Flaminer, William G. 

Fuller, Austin A 

Fisher, Selig S 

Friedman, Henry 

Foster, Henry L 

Fargis, Edward V. . . . 

Frank, Philip W 

Fishley, John E 

Frank. E. W 

Flagg, Thomas J 

Field, Dudley 

Forrester. James . . 



No. 
343 
360 
362 
382 
396 
404 
435 
437 
456 
459 
495 
539 
541 
550 
557 
562 
572 



G 



Goodrldge. J. H 2<i 

Gude, Charles 56 

Grefe, Frank 69 

Godin, John II 80 

Goodwin. Francis 08 

Gayte, Michael 135 

Greenwood, J. J.. Jr 209 

Grey, William II.. 232 

Gra'z, Frederick H 248 

Geyer, R. C 258 

Gluckauf, Goodman 259 

Gatman, Edward 274' 

Green, Andrew H 286 

Graham, John S 293 

Guion, Charles L 309 

Gibbs, Bush W 353 

Gridley, John V 356 

Greeve, John H 397 

Gitterman. Henry . . . 508 

Greenbaum, Herman 523 

Gates, James P 553 



H 

Hartshorn, Kd \vin 5 

Heyberger, William H 19 

Hay wood, James A 32 

Heddin. George 44 

Hines, Nicholas 50 

Hawley, E. F 55 

Hutchinson, James 96 

Heard, Charles 132 

Hopps, Clark 8 133 

Heilrichel. Daniel 146 

Harmon, Philip C 148 

Hull, George S 152 



Reg. No. 

Hubner, Emil 174 

Hewitt, H. H 178 

Howell, Alexander J 184 

Haviland, David L 250 

Hart. James 253 

Hedges, William S 282 

Hagaman, Henry 297 

Hamil, Isaac 311 

Haen, Julius 316 

H arms, Henry 318 

Hoche, Jacob 339 

Hamfe, Diedrich A 332 

Heineman, Jacob 336 

Hali; George G 341 

Hatch, Rufus 346 

Hoffman, Isaac 395 

Hull, Isaac H 421 

Hettrick, Matthew 425 

Hartinan, Chales F 429 

Hoffman, John F 439 

Hawkins, Samuel E 441 

Hepp, John 448 

Holmes, Nathaniel 458 

Holly, Aug. F 481 

Hitchcock, J. G 487 

Heyl, Adolph 505 

Hay, William A 512 

Hurd, Arthur T 520 

Hoffman, William 547 



Ingersoll, James H 32(5 

Ilges, John 327 

Ingraham, Daniel P., Jr 469 

Tnir. Alfred 471 



Jackson, John 30 

Johnston, Charles W 35 

Jentzen, J. H 78 

Judson, Otis 90 

Jarvis, Frederick 110 

Johnson, Samuel W 127 

Jager, Balthaser 205 

Jackson, Edward S 208 

Jackson, James W 222 

Joline, Daniel 236 

Jex, Josiah 273 

Jacobus, S. M 319 

Jenkins, August S 339 

Jacobs, Leonard 374 

Jones, James W 281 

Janes, Charles H 445 

Jackson, John W 453 



Doc. No. 12. 



622 



keg. No. 

Jones, Walter P 478 

Jackson, Eugene J 533 

Johnston, John H 559 



Keg. &o. 

Lynde, Edward H 423 

Lissner, A 464 

Leggatt, Richard 484 

Lapsley, Howard 542 

Lockwood, William L 549 



Ketclmm, J 29 

Kenedy, William 60 

Kensing, Henry 72 

Kerr, William 91 

Kleiter, George 137 

Kelty, G. L '161 

Kapping, August R 164 

Kaliske, Theodore 200 

Kite, Felix J. S 276 

Kerr, Robert P 312 

Kissam, Benjamin A 414 

Kissam, G. A 431 

Knickerbocker, Charles E . . . . 493 

Koehler, David W 500 

Knevals, Charles B 502 

Kermer, Charles H 536 

Knevals, Sherman W 537 

Kendall. Benjamin F 551 

Knevals, Caleb B 575 



Lamb, A. R 15 

Loftus, Michael 47 

Lee, James 52 

Lawrence, Robert 79 

Lessels, William 94 

Lavery, Richard 99 

Loft, William 100 

Lyon, Holly C 112 

Levy. Morris 116 

Leizor, Anton 125 

Louis, Mark 129 

Leonard, Elijah P 154 

Lazarus, Jacob H 157 

Loveland, Leonard 201 

Littlefleld, Edward 217 

Laird, John 218 

Lane, Wallace B 277 

Leiber, Emil E . . 284 

Lewis, Philo 291 

Loh, Richard 295 

Lpsee, Isaac 1501 

Ligenyer, George 322 

Leibman, J ' 334 

Lovett, George H 354 

Losey, Abram 371 

Lent, David A 377 

Livingston, Robert L 386 

Leonard, P. A 394 



M 

Mathes, Jacob 13 

McKibbin, Hugh 21 

McGrath, George 27 

Meyers, Henry 28 

Mallard, Henry 36 

Mahoney. Jeremiah 49 

Mulhall, Patrick 51 

Meyer, Herman 58 

Meehan, Michael 66 

McGrath, Michael 75 

Mallory, James H 82 

Martin, Charles H 87 

McGlone, John 83 

McCaffrey, Thomas 92 

Me Murray, Francis 95 

McGarvey, James 97 

Murray, James 102 

Meyer, John H 103 

Murr, Jacob 107 

Moller, William H 109 

Martin, Nicholas 120 

Mulqueen, Michael 121 

McQueen, Daniel 122 

Morris, Nicholas 131 

Mallory, John C., Jr 138 

Magee, David, Jr 15& 

McGregor, Henry 167 

Mead, N. Emerson 186 

Morris, Rufus 224 

Morgan. H. N 230 

Morris, Robert 241 

Marshall, Charles II., Jr 262 

Miller, Alexander 283 

Manzeneclo, Manuel 298 

Miller, John W 303 

McClure, George 304 

Mandolph, A 307 

Malm, Henry J3 310 

Malhoff, Julius 323 

Murray, Robert 333 

Martin, William 365 

Muller, W. J 369 

Malm, Henry B 370 

Megrath, George 401 

McNeil, Thomas R 424 

Morgan, Henry R 428 

Matson, William W. 430 

Myer, Aaron B 461 

Mattherson, Park 466 



623 



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Reg. No. 

Mulligan, Eugene 480 

Martin, Benjamin G 485 

Mahar, James 488 

Moran, Theodore T 501 

McEntee, Jervis 517 

Mott, John W 544 



N 

Neff, Christian 147 

Nelson, Daniel 499 

Newberger, Jacob 530 

Nichols. B. H 567 



Offensaut, Charles 34 

O'Brien, Thomas 81 

O'Gorman, Eichard 238 

Owens. William A :,... 447 



Pauldiug, J uiues 1' 1 

Pape, H 43 

Parker, J. F 62 

Peters, William 123 

Pinner, Samuel 144 

Powers, James G 165 

Parr, Benjamin 199 

Phillips. William J 203 

Pyne, J '216 

Phelps, Frank 25G 

Phillips, Henry 337 

Phelps. George A.. Jr 364 

Page, E. W 378 

Phillips, Isaac 454 

Pelton, Guy R 468 

Pullen, Frederick F 477 

Patterson, John M 479 

Paulding, William H 496 

Poznanski, Bernard . 510 

Post, John II 519 

Pomeroy, William H 534 

Paton, Thomas C. M 535 

Paton, Robert L. 8 573 

Polhamus. James A 578 



, Archibald 



I'l 



Reg. No. 

Ritter, Jacob 9 

Robins, George W 17 

Reel, Charles 67 

Rehfus, Emil 73 

Ryan, Patrick 106 

Rullman, Louis 117 

Robins, William 177 

Russell, H. E 180 

Ross, James 292 

Romer, Alfred 294 

Ruben, Simon 308 

Rpgan, Peter 321 

Riggins, George B 326 

Richards, Henry A 367 

Roper, Charles F 384 

Reuison, Robert G 403 

Russell, Lucius, A 415 

Radian, Edward W 444 

Ryer, Frederick 466 

Rothlisberger, Ulrich 531 

Rosenstein, Julius W 548 



S 



Smith, James \V 2 

Shultz, Charles 4 

Spillane, James 7 

Schnebbi, J. H 8 

Seymour, Charles, Jr 12 

Staudinger, F 14 

Steiner, Herman 18 

Sliese, Conrad 25 

Schunagel, John 41 

Sanders, Samuel 57 

Shanfairbor, Jacob 68 

Smith, Thomas 84 

Shields, James 93 

Schlecter, Ernest Ill 

Smith, Alexander 126 

Stracke, Joseph 139 

Stein, Henry 145 

Schloss, Emanuel 173 

Stewart, James 188 

Story, George H 192 

Stevens, John R 193 

Sedswick, John M 197 

Soper, William R 206 

Shelton, James 207 

Sutton, Edward K 210 

Schumacher, Charles A 211 

Schloss, William J 213 

Smith, Andrew J 244 

Smith, William H 246 

Schmelzel, John B 257 

Shotwell, E. R 270 

Shepperd, George 289 

Solomon, Isaac S 299 



Doc, No. 12. 



Reg. No- 

Sackett, William H., Jr 320 

Sprague, Andrew 324 

Smith, Alfred H 335 

Smith, Norman 338 

Strauss, Adolph 349 

Sprague, Charles G 355 

Sykes, Samuel 359 

Saarback, Julius 36} 

Schaffer, Simon -. 379 

Smith, Eagerton 383 

Stryker, Samuel D 385 

Sackett, J. B 387 

Speiden, William 393 

Seigman, Michael 405 

Strouse, Joseph 411 

Selover. Abraham A 417 

Sauer, Emil 418 

Stephens, George W 451 

Sparks, Jonas. Jr 457 

Sass, Charles. 463 

Straiten, John 467 

Smith, Bernard 474 

Sondheim, B 475 

Stevens. Bryan K., Jr 604 

Smith, W. Fleming 514 

Spiss, Francis 528 

Sweeney, James G 529 

Sulzbachor. William 515 



T 



Tiltou, Thomas B 124 

Thompson, G 163 

Thompson, Samuel 175 

Thorne. Elwood E '168 

Twombly, H. N 179 

Thompson, Charles G 204 

Talbot, Richard 264 

Talbot, August 265 

Tuckerman, Ernest 279 

Thompson, D. G 28"5 

Taylor, W. H 315 

Tiflinghast, William H 392 

Townsend, Thomas C 442 

Thurston, Alfred 450 

Thurston, David 476 

Tappan, Frederick D 490 

Turnuer, David M 532 

Thorndike, George R 564 

Thebaud, D. E 568 



W 

Reg. No. 

Warren, J. W 3 

Woolbridge, Napoleon 24 

Walsh, William 48 

White, Philip A 74 

Wilson, Charles 77 

Wilson, James 113 

Woolsey, William 114 

Watkins, L. 128 

Weaver, Solomon 136 

Wolf, Herman 142 

Waydell, John H 151 

Wright, George L 166 

Wright, George H .... 170 

Waterbury, A. T., Jr 185 

Wallach, Abraham 190 

Wilson, M. B 225 

Winans, Elias P 231 

Westervelt, William 234 

Wright, Finley J 243 

Westbrook, Andrew L 252 

Westervelt, John 261 

Williams, Moses F 266 

Wettera.ii, Martin , 272 

Wright, Stephen M 302 

White, Robert 313 

Walz, Christian 317 

Wakefleld, Robert 331 

Wendell, Jacob 344 

Whitney, Daniel J 352 

Wishart, Robert H 358 

Wilson, John G 391 

Whitney, Charles A 420 

Wilson,' George W 426 

Willard, James B 436 

Williamson, A. J . . . . 440 

Wright. E. K 455 

Ward, Mortimer 470 

Wallace, John M 483 

Wagstaff, Thomas H 486 

Williams, Edward C 492 

Wilcox, Charles C 497 

Weston, George S 507 

Watson, James 509 

Whitney, Albert W 515 

Wise, Leopold 622 

Werner, Leopold J 526 

Wright, Samuel V 533 

Ward. Chales Y.. .. 574 



Vose, James B 171 

Van Tine, Martin L 235 

Van Orden, James Y 239 

Van Sielan, H. H 287 

Voorhis, Calvin 398 

Vanderhoef. N. S. W. . . . 516 



Youngs, Charles 86 

Young, James 561 

Young, William J 563 



APPENDIX J. 



STATEMENT, 

Being Conclusion of Account of Operations in Connection with the 
Substitute Fund, raised for the Purpose of Supplying Substitutes 
under the Call of the President dated July 18, 1864, [see Appen- 
dix " I " to Report of Committee on Volunteering on Filling the 
Quota under the Call of July 18, 1864, for Five Hundred Thousand 
(500,000) Men.] 



627 
Statement. 



Doc. No. 12. 





NUMBER. 


AMOUNT. 


Previously Reported. 
DEPOSITS. 
For three years at $333 






60-t 
55 
286 
438 






$202.340 
T2,925 
38,610 
118,260 


" two " 235 










" one " u 135 










" one t; " 270 










Total deposits 










1,383 


$372,135 

73,805 
$298,330 

287,165 
$11,165 


PAID TO SUBSTITUTES. 
FOR THE ARMY. 

For three years at $335 . . . 




34 
2 
2 
11 






$11,390 
470 
270 
2,970 

15,100 
58,705 


" two " " 235 .. 








" one " " 135 ... 








" one " " 270 . . 








Total 








49 


FOR THE XA.VY. 

For three years, at $335 
" two " '' 235 


99 

7 




$33,165 
1,645 
4,455 
19,440 


" one " " 135 


33 






" one " 270 


7? 






Total 




211 




Total Substitutes for army and 
nav v 




2GO 




Leavin * for withdrawal 










1,123 


WITHDRAWALS 

Previously reported up to Septem- 
ber 30, 1864. 

For three years, at $335 
" two " '' 235 


456 
44 
245 
337 


5152,760 
10.340 
33.07A 
9U,!.90 




" one *' " 135 


" one " " 270 


Total 


1,082 




Lcavin" to be accounted for 




41 
1 















This amount of eleven thousand one hundred and sixty-five dollars 
($11,165), belonging to forty one depositors was subsequently all with- 
drawn, as per receipts iu the liauds of the Chairman of the Committee on 
Volunteering. 



APPENDIX K. 



STATEMENT 

Showing the Services of the State Militia of the County of New York 
during the War, 



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APPENDIX L, 



STATEMENT 

Showing the Number of Men to whom Bounties were Paid by the 
Oountv of New York, in consideration of their being Credited up- 
on the Quota of said County, under ths President's Call datsd 
December 19, 1864, for Three Hundred Thousand '300,000) Men. 



637 Doc. No. 12. 



Army Recruits Paid County Bounty. 

Recruits for one year 1 ,970 

Recruits for two years 119 

Recruits for three years 3,335 



Total 5,424 



He-Enlisted Men Paid County Bounty. 

Recruits for one year . 2 

Recruits for three years 128 

Total . 130 



Total army 5,554 

Naval Eecruits Paid County Bounty. 

Marines for four years 3 

Other recruits for one year 10 

Other recruits for two years 94 

Other recruits for three years 327 

Total for navy 434 

Total paid County Bounty for army and navy . . 5,988 



Doc. No. 12. 638 



Recapitulation. 

Army recruits 5,424 

Re-enlisted veterans .... 130 



Total army 5,554 

Naval recruits 434 



Total army and navy 5.988 



APPENDIX M. 



STATEMENT 

Showing the Whole Number of Substitutes in Anticipation of the 
Draft Eaised in and Credited to the Quota of the County of 
New York under the President's Call dated December 19, 1864, 
for Three Hundred Thousand (300,000) Men, who were furnished 
by the Committee on Volunteering, and who received their Bounty 
from the persons represented by them through the Committee. 



041 Doc. No. 12. 



Substitutes tor the Army. 

For one year 4<* 

For two years 26 

For three years 488 



Total army 554 



Substitutes for the Navy. 

For one year 1 

For two years 10 

For three years 62 

Total navy . 73 



Total army and navy , . . 627 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING THE WHOLE NUMBER OF SUBSTITUTES, IN ANTICIPA- 
TION OF THE DRAFT, RAISED IN AND CREDITED TO THE QUO- 
TA OF THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK, UNDER THE PRESIDENT'S 
CALL DATED DECEMBER 19, 1864, FOR THREE HUNDRED THOU- 
SAND (300,000) MEN, WHO WERE NOT FURNISHED BY THE 
COMMITTEE ON VOLUNTEERING, AND WHO RECEIVED THEIR 
BOUNTY DIRECTLY FROM THE PERSONS REPRESENTED BY" 
THEM. 



645 Doc. No. 12. 



Substitutes for the Army. 

For one year 321 

For two years 6 

For three years 162 



Total army 489 



Substitutes for the Navy. 

For two years 25 

For three years 63 

For four years 1 



Total navy 89 



Total army and navy 578 



STATEMENT, 



BEING BECAPITULATION OP PRECEDING TABLES IN THIS APPEN- 
DIX RELATIVE TO SUBSTITUTES IN ANTICIPATION OP THE 
DRAFT. 



649 Doc. No. 12. 



Army Substitutes. 

For one year, furnished through the County 40 

For one year, not furnished through the County. . 321 



Total 361 

For two years, furnished through the County. 26 
For two years, not furnished through the 
County 6 



Total 32 

For three years, furnished through the County 488 
For three years, not furnished through the 
County 162 



Total . 650 



Total army (carried forward) 1,043 



Doc. No. 12. 650 

Brought forward 1,043 

Navy Substitutes. 

For one year, furnished through the County . 1 
For two years, furnished through the 

County 10 

For two years, not furnished through the 

County , 25 

Total 35 

For three years, furnished through the 

County 62 

-For three years, not furnished through 

the County 63 



Total 125 

For four years, not furnished through the 
County 1 



Total navy 162 



Total army and navy 1,205 



651 Doc. No. 12. 



Recapitulation. 

SUBSTITUTES FOR ONE YEAR : 

Furnished through the County (army) 40 

Furnished through the County (navy) 1 

Not furnished through the County (army) .... 321 

Total 362 

-SUBSTITUTES FOR TWO YEARS : 

Furnished through the County (army) .... 26 

Furnished through the County (navy) 10 

Not furnished through the County (army) . 6 

Not furnished through the County (navy) . 25 

Total 67 

SUBSTITUTES FOR THREE YEARS : 

Furnished through the County (army) .... 488 

Furnished through the County (navy) .... 62 

Not furnished through the County (army) . 162 

Not furnished through the County (navy) . 63 

Total 775 

SUBSTITUTES FOR FOUR YEARS : 

Not furnished through the County 1 



Total for all periods 1,205 



STATEMENT 

Embracing, a Eecapitulation of all Credits allowed upon the Quota of 
the Oounty of New York (as shown in preceding Appendices), 
under the President's Call dated December 19, 1864, for Three 
Hundred Thousand (300,000) Men. 



655 Doc. No. 12: 



Paid County Bounty. 

-ARMY RECRUITS : 

For one year 1,970 

For two years 11 

For three years 3,335 



Total 5,424 

RE-ENLISTED VETERANS : 

For one year 2 

For three years 128 



Total . 130 



Total for army 5,554 

NAVAL RECRUITS : 

For one year 10 

For two years 94 

For three years 327 

For four years 3 



Total navy 434 



Total paid bounty for army and navy 5,988 

Carried forward 5,988- 



Doc. No. 12. 65G 

Brought forward 5,988 

I V; ^ } .',-. "1. 

Not Paid County Bounty. 

SUBSTITUTES IN ANTICIPATION OF THE DRAFT : 
Paid through (he County. 

Army For one year . 40 

For two years 26 

For three years 488 



Total 554 

Navy For one year L 

For two years 10 

/ For three years 62 

Total ' 73 

Total Substitutes iu anticipation of the draft 
paid through the County 627 

Not Paid through tlie County. 

A rmy For one year 321 

For two years 6 

For three years 162 

Total . . 489 



Carried forward 489 627 5,988 



657 Doc. No. 12. 

Brought forward 489 627 5.988 

Navy For two years 25 



For three years 63 

For four years 1 

Total 89 

Total substitutes in anticipation of the draft 
not paid through the County 578 



Total of substitutes in anticipation of the draft, 

paid and not paid through the County . .... 1,205 



Total 7.193 

Add surplus under previous call acknowledged 

September 28, 1 864 28 



Total of all credits 7,221 



Doc. No. 12. 658 



Quotas and Credits. 

Quota or deficiency under call dated December 
19, 1864, as first announced December 23, 
1864 4,433 

Credit as above 7,221 



Excess of credits 2,788 

Quota of deficiency as revised and re-announced 
January 24, 1865 21,019 

Deducting 25 por cent., being reduction granted 
in February by the President on application 
of the State authorities 5,256 



Quota or deficiency as finally fixed in February . . 15,763 
Credits as above 7,221 



Deficiency of credit in men 8,542 



G59 Doc. No. 12. 



Recapitulation. 

Quota or deficienc}' as revised and re-announced 

January 24, 1865, deducting 25 per cent 15,763 

CREDITS. 

Army recruits paid County bounty 5.424 

Re-enlisted men paid County bounty 130 

Naval recruits paid Count} 7 bounty 434 



Total paid County bounty 5,988 

Substitutes in anticipation of the draft 
paid through the County 627 

Substitutes in anticipation of tie draft 
not paid through the County 578 



Total not paid County bounty 1.205 



Total paid and not paid County bounty . . 7.193 
Add surplus under previous call, acknowl- 
edged September 28, 1864 28 

Total credits 7,221 



Deficiency of credits at close of recruiting, April 

12, 186o 8,542 



APPENDIX 0. 



STATEMENT 


Showing all Credits allowed upon the Quota of the County of New 

York, reduced to Years of Service, under the President's Call 
datedJDecember 19,U864, for Three Hundred Thousand (300,000) 
Men. 



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APPENDIX P. 



STATEMENT 

Showing the whole number of Men raised in the City and County of 
New York for the Armies of the Union, under the various Calls 
of the President for Men, from the commencement of the Kebellion 
(April, 1861), to the close of Recruiting on the 12th of April, 
1865, (Embracing an Enlarged and Corrected Exhibit of the 
figures presented "in the Appendix to Eeport of this Committee 
dated June 30, 1865.) 



669 



Doc. No. 12. 



Whole Number of Men Raised in the City and County 

of New York. 





Term of 
service. 


NUMBER OP MEN. 


GRAND TOTAL 
OF MEN 
UNDER EACH 
CALL. 


Paid City or 
County 
Bounty. 


Paid 
Individual 
Bounty. 


Not paid 
Bounty. 


No. 


Total. 


No. 


Total. 


No. 


Total. 


No. 


Total. 


Prior to July 2, 1862 


2 years . 
3 years . 
9 nios. . 










53,554 




53,554 


1862, and prior to Aug., '63 

Call of January 5, 1864 . . 
Call of March io, 1864 
Call of March 14, 1864... 

Call of July 18, 1864 

Naval men prior to April, 
1864, but credited on 
call of July 18, 1864 

Call of December 19, 1864 

Militia services. . 

1861 
1862 


9,823 
53 










9,823 
53 












3 years . 
3 years. 
4 years . 
3 years. 
2 years. 
1 year. . 




9.876 
1^982 
12,534 








9,876 
1,982 
13,997 












"125 

4,890 
1,004 
601 




1,463 










125 
6.916 








2,026 














1,004 












601 




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3 years. 
2 years . 
1 year. . 

4 years. 
1 year. . 

4 years . 
3 years. 
2 "years . 
1 year. . 

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6,620 


'133 

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2,026 


8,646 


13 
610 

7 
129 


ll',827 
622 
7,649 


13 

12,570 
1,552 









759 


118 


1,174 


20,098 


7,896 


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214 
7,470 


214 
7,470 


3 


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4 
4,665 
280 
2,344 


3,790 
213 
1,982 





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67 




100 










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362 


' V,205 




"166 


V,293 







7,300 
5,385 
8,079 
377 
2,472 


7,300 
5,385 
8,079 
377 
2.472 


1863 


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m (1100 days 
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23,613 




23,613 






37,759 .... 


3,842 


107,075 


148.676 



Doc. No. 12. 



670 



WHOLE NUMBER OF MEN RAISED IN THE CITY 



GRAND TOTAL 
OF MEN 



YEARS OF 



1862 



1864 





Term of 
service. 


UNDER KACII 
CALL. 


: Paid City or County 
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Paid Individ- 
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Total. 




Total. 


No. 


Total. 


Years. 


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or to July 2 1862 


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3 years . 
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4 years. 
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2 years. 
1 year. . 

4 years. 
3 years . 
2 years . 
1 year. . 

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53,554 














2, and prior to Aug., 186S 

of January 5, 1864 
of March 10, 1864 


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53 


29,469 
39 












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1,982 
13.997 


9 










29,508 

5,946 
37,602 


9 




4,389 


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1,004 
601 


500 
14.670 
2,008 




of March 14 1864 


of July 18, 1864 

al men prior to April. 
64, but credited on call 
July 18 1864 


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601 












8,G46 




17,779 




399 




13 
12,570 
1,552 
7.896 


52 




1,830 
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1,846 
118 




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2,363 




2,025 






214 
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12 








4 
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2,344 




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1,982 












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23,613 














148,676 




106,650 9 




9,577 



671 



Doc. No. 12. 



AND COUNTY OF NEW YORK Continued. 



SERVICE EEPRESENTED. 


GRAND TOTAL 
OP YEARS OF SERVICE UNDER EACH 
CALL. 


NOT PAID BOUNTY. 




Total. 




Total. 


Years. 


1C 

2 

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V \ 

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41,991 


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1,244 
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37,710 









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3,104 














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48,762 






856 
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8,326 










8,326 












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560 
















2,344 














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1,346 
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29 1-6 






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8 


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286,966 


5 29 1-6 













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SHOWING THE WHOLE NUMBER OF MEN PAID CITY OR 
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PAID BOUNTY, WITH YEARS OF SERVICE REPRESENTED. 



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Recapitulation of Totals. 

Men furnished under act of April, 15, 1861, 

for 75,000 militia for three months 93,326" 

Men furnished under act of May 3, 1861, un- 
der acts approved July 22 and 25, 1861, for 
500.000 men, for 

Six months 2,715 

One year 9,056 

Two years 30,950 

Three years 671,419 



Total 714,140 

Men furnished in May and June, 1862, by spe- 
cial authority for three months 15,007 

Call of July 2, 1862, for 300,000 men for three 
years 430,201 

Call of August 4, 1862, for 300,000 militia for 
nine months 87,55$ 

Men furnished under proclamation of June 

15, 1863, for militia for six months 16,361 

Call of October 17, 1863 (including men raised 
by draft in 1863), and February 1, 1864, for 
500,000 men for three years 374,80T 

Call of March 14, 1864, for 200,000 men for 
three years 284,021 

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Doc. No. 12. 690 

Brought forward 2.015,421 

Militia for one hundred days mustered in be- 
tween April 23 and July 18, 1864 83,652 

Men furnished under call of July 18, 1864, for 
500,000 men, for 

One year 234,798 

Two years 7,087 

Three years 142,269 

Four years 728 



Total 384,882 

Men furnished under call of December 19, 
1864, for 300,000 men, for 

One year 151,105 

Two years 5,076 

Three years 48,075 . 

Four years 312 



Total .... 204,558 



Aggregate number of men furnished under all 

calls 2,688,523 



697 Doc. No. 12. 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING THE NUMBER OP MEN FURNISHED FOR EACH OF 
THE SEVERAL TERMS OF SERVICE. 

For Four Years. 

Call of July 18, 1864 728 

-Call of December 19, 1864 312 



Total 1,040 

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.Acts of May 3 and July 22 and 25, 

1861 671,419 

Call of July 2, 1862 . . .. 430,201 

Call of October 17, 1863 374,807 

Call of March 14, 1864 284,021 

Call of July 18, 1864 142,269 

Call of December 19, 1864 .... 48,075 



Total 1,950,792 

For Two Years. 

Acts of May 3 and July 22 and 25, 

1861 . 30,950 



Carried forward 30,950 1,951,832 



Doc. No. 12. G98 

Brought forward 30,950 1,951,832 

Call of July 18, 1864 7,087 

Call of December 19, 1864 5,076 



Total 43,113- 

For One Year. 

Acts of May 3 and July 22 and 25, 

1861 t 9,056 

Call of July 18, 1864 234,798 

Call of December 19, 1864 151,105 



Total 394,959 

For Nine Months. 
Call of August 4, 1862 87,558 

For Six Months. 

Acts of May 3 and July 22 and 25, 

1861 2,715 

Proclamation of June 15, 1863 16,361 



Total 19,076 



Carried forward 2,496,538- 



699 Doc. No. 12. 
Brought forward 2,496,538 

For Three Months. 

Act of April 15, 1861 93,326 

Special authorizations of May and 

June, 1862.. 15,007 



Total 108,3:^3 

for One Hundred Days. 

Militia mustered in between April 23 and July 
18, 1864 83,652 



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calls 2,688,523 



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RECAPITULATION 

OF AGGREGATE NUMBER OF MEN FURNISHED UNDER ALL 
CALLS, SHOWING THE FIGURES RELATING TO THE COUNTY 
OF NEW YORK, SEPARATE FROM THE REMAINDER OF THE 
STATE. 

STATES. 

(Averaged according to the Aggregate number 

number of men of men 

furnished ; the highest furnished under 

number Jirst.) all calls. 

1 . . New York 

City and County of New York 148,676 

Remainder of State 315,480 



Total 464,156 

2 . . Pennsylvania 366,326 

3 . . Ohio 317,133 

4. .Illinois 258,217 

5.. Indiana 195,147 

6 . . Massachusetts 151,785 

7 . . Missouri 108,773 

8 . . Wisconsin 96,118 

9 . . Michigan 90,119 

10 . . New Jersey 79,511 

11 .. Kentucky 78,540 

12.. Iowa.. 75,860 



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Doc. No. 12. 702 

Brought forward 2,281,685 

13.. Maine.. 71,745 

14. . Connecticut 57,270 

15.. Maryland 49,731 

16 . . Vermont 35,246 

17. .New Hampshire. . . 34,605 

18 . . West Virginia 32,003 

19 . . Minnesota 25,034 

20 . . Rhode Island 23,711 

21 . . Kansas 20,097 

22 . . District of Columbia 16,872 

23 . . Delaware 13,651 

24. .Tennessee 12,077 

25 . . California 7 ; 451 

26 . . New Mexico 2,395 

27 . . Colorado ' 1,762 

28.. Nebraska 1,279 

29 . . Washington Territory 895 

30 . . Oregon 617 

31.. Nevada 216 

32.. Dakota.. .. 181 



Total 2,688,523 



703 Doc. No. 12. 



KECAPITULATION 

OF THE AGGREGATE NUMBER OF MEN FURNISHED REDUCED 
TO A THREE-YEARS STANDARD, SHOWING THE FIGURES 
RELATING TO THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK, SEPARATE FROM 
THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE. 

STATES. Aggregate number of 

{Averaged according to the menjurnished, 

numbers; under all calls, 

the highest number first.) reduced to a three- 

years standard. 

L.New York- 
City and County of New York 95,655 

Remainder of State . . 286.041 



Total 381,696 

2 . . Pennsylvania 267,558 

3. .Ohio 237,976 

4. .Illinois 212,694 

5. .Indiana 152,283 

6 . . Massachusetts 123,814 

7 . . Missouri 86,192 

8 . . Michigan .- . 80,805 

9. .Wisconsin 78,985 

10 . . Kentucky 70,348 

11.. Iowa 68,182 

12.. Maine.. 56,595 



Carried forward 1,817,218 



Doc. No. 12. 704 

Brought forward 1,817,215 

13 .. New Jersey 55,785- 

14. . Connecticut 50,514 

15 .. Maryland 40,692 

16 .. New Hampshire 30,827 

17. .Vermont 29,052 

18 .. West Virginia ' 27,653 

19 . . Minnesota 19,675 

20 . . Kansas 1 8.654 

21 . .Rhode Island 17,878 

22 . . Tennessee 12,077 

23.. District of Columbia 11,506 

24. .Delaware *10,303 

25. . California 7,451 

26.. Colorado 1,762 

27.. New Mexico 1,011 

28 . . Washington Territory 895 

29 . . Oregon 581 

30 . . Nebraska 380 

31.. Nevada 216 

32.. Dakota.. 181 



Total 2,154,311 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING THE RELATIVE POSITION OP EACH STATE, COM- 
PARING THE AGGREGATE NUMBER OP MEN FURNISHED 
UNDER ALL CALLS, AND THE AGGREGATE OF MEN FUR- 
NISHED UNDER ALL CALLS REDUCED TO A THREE- YEARS 
STANDARD. 



707 



Doc. No. 12. 



STATES. 



Statement. 



Aggregate of men 

furnished under 
all calls. 



New York 1 

Pennsylvania 2 

Ohio 3 

Illinois 4 

Indiana 5 

Massachusetts 6 

Missouri 7 

Wisconsin 8 

Michigan 9 

New Jersey 10 

Kentucky 11 

Iowa 12 

Maine 13 

Connecticut 14 

Maryland 15 

Vermont 16 

New Hampshire 17 

West Virginia 18 

Minnesota. 19 



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three-years standard. 

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Rhode Island 20 21 

Kansas 21 20 

District of Columbia 22 23 

Delaware 23 24 

Tennessee 24 22 

California 25 25 

New Mexico 26 27 

Colorado 27 26* 

Nebraska 28 30 

Washington Territory 29 28 

Oregon 30 29 

Nevada 31 31 

Dacotah.. . 32 32 



APPENDIX Q. 



Act of the Legislature of 1865 relating to the Bureau of Military 

Statistics. 



LA.WS OF 1865 



Clia/ptei- OOO. 



AN ACT 

IN RELATION TO THE BUREAU OP MILITARY STATISTICS. 
Passed May 11, 1865 ; three-fifths being present. 

The People of the State of New York, represented in Sen- 
ate and Assembly, do enact as follows : 

SECTION 1. The title of the bureau of Military Statis- 
tics shall hereafter be the bureau of Military Record, and 
by that name it shall be known. 

SEC. 2. There may be organized in any County of the State 
an auxiliary to the bureau of Military Record, to be the 
County of (naming the County) for the following objects: 
To collect and furnish to the bureau of Military Record, 
and to preserve in permanent form for the County, a record 
of the military services of those who have volunteered 
or been mustered or who may hereafter volunteer or be 
mustered into the service of the General Government from 



Doc, No. 12. 712 

the County since the fifteenth clay of April, eighteen hun- 
dred and sixty-one, and a brief civil history of such per- 
son, so far as the same can be ascertained. A record of 
the services of the several regiments, companies or bat- 
teries raised therein, including an account of their organ- 
ization and subsequent history ; and account of the vol- 
untary aid afforded by the several towns or cities of the 
County, Any number of persons of full age, provided 
they shall exceed in number the towns of the County, who 
shall desire to associate themselves for these objects, may 
make, sign, and file in the bureau of Military Record, 
and in the office of the Clerk of the County in which the 
business of such auxiliary bureau is to be conducted, an 
application in writing to the chief of the bureau of Mili- 
tary Record, in which shall be stated the name or title 
by which such auxiliary, if established, shall be known, 
and referring to this section for the objects thereof; but 
such application shall be signed by at least one person 
from each town in the County. 

SEC. 3. Upon filing an application as aforesaid, the 
chief of the bureau of Military Record may grant a cer- 
tificate as below, naming therein a Superintendent, and 
also naming the proceedings of each annual meeting, 
with the names of the officers elected, shall be filed in the 
bureau of Military Record, and also in the office of the 
County Clerk. 

SEC. 4, Xo expense exceeding three dollars per town 



713 Doc. No. 12. 

shall be imposed upon the State in collecting the statis- 
tics and other information for which the auxiliary bureau 
is organized ; nor shall that sum, nor any part thereof, be 
payable unless an account, setting forth in detail the 
voluntary aid afforded by citizens of the respective towns 
an the County, shall be deposited in the bureau of Mili- 
tary Record. If such account shall be satisfactory to the 
chief of the bureau of Military Record, he may certify 
the account of the Superintendent of such auxiliary 
bureau therefor. 

SEC. 5. Blanks for a detailed statement of moneys 
raised and of moneys paid for every purpose connected 
with the war, by towns, cities, and counties, as well by 
loans as by tax, classified by years and objects; the num- 
ber of men raised under the several calls of the President ; 
the number of men to whom bounty has been paid, and the 
rate of bounty per man ; together with such other infor- 
mation as falls within the cognizance of officers of towns, 
cities, or counties, shall be prepared by the chief of the 
bureau of Military Record, and distributed to such offi- 
cers. 

SEC. ('). It shall be the duty of the Town Clerk of every 
town of this State, as soon as may be after the passage of 
this act, on receiving suitable blanks from the chief of the 
bureau of Military Record, to make out a full and com- 
plete record of the names of all the soldiers and officers 



Doc. No. 12. 714 

who composed his town's quotas of the troops furnished 
to the United States during the present rebellion, stating 
the place of residence, where known, the time of enlist- 
ment of each, and the number and designation of his regi- 
ment and company ; and, so far as possible, all who have 
died in the service, and stating, when practicable, at what 
time and place, and the cause of death, whether by disease, 
accident, or on the field of battle. One copy of such record 
shall be deposited in the bureau of Military Record with- 
in four months after the passage of this act, and one copy 
shall be preserved among the records of the town. And 
said Town Clerks shall be entitled to a reasonable com- 
pensation for their services and expenses in performing 
the duties devolving upon them by the provisions of this 
act, to be paid by their respective towns, in the same 
manner as other town charges. 

SEC. 7. To the end that the record above required of 
Town Clerks may be complete, it shall be the duty of 
Supervisors to afford all necessary information, as far as. 
they maybe capable of doing so, to the Town Clerks ; and 
if the town records in the keeping of Town Clerks do not 
show such fact, they shall add, or cause to be added, 
opposite the name of each soldier or officer the amount of 
bounty paid to him by the town, or by the county, if the 
county bounty was disbursed through the Supervisor. 
And it shall be the duty of the Supervisor to furnish to 
the bureau of Military Record a detailed statement of 



715 Doc. No. 12, 

moneys raised and paid by the town, the aggregate num- 
ber of men furnished thereby, and such other facts as 
may properly be required of Supervisors, on his being 
furnished with the blanks provided for in section five of 
this act. 

SEC. 8. It shall be the duty of the County Treasurers 
to furnish to the chief of the bureau of Military Record 
a statement of the amount of moneys raised by tax and 
by loans, the amount expended for every purpose con- 
nected with the war, classified by years and by objects, 
together with particulars about loans ; and it shall be the 
duty of Boards of Supervisors to examine, and if correct, 
to formally approve these statements of the County Trea- 
surers ; and if incorrect, to cause them to be corrected and 
filed in the bureau of Military Record. 

SEC. 9. It shall be the duty of Mayors and Common 
Councils of cities to furnish or cause to be furnished 
to the chief of the bureau of Military Record a 
detailed statement similar to that required of Town 
Clerks ; and they shall prepare or cause to be prepared, 
upon the written application of the chief of the bureau of 
Military Record, statements duly classified, of moneys 
raised and expended for war purposes, the number of men 
furnished under the several calls, and such other facts as 
fall within their official cognizance. 

SEC. 10. Supervisors, County Treasurers and officers of 



Doc. No. 12. 716 

-cities, or persons employed by the Mayor and Common 
Councils for that purpose, shall be entitled to a reason- 
able compensation for their services and expenses in per- 
forming the duties devolved upon them by the provisions 
of this act, to be paid by their respective towns, counties, 
or cities in the same manner as other town, county or 
city charges. 

SEC. 11. Any regiment of volunteers of the National 
Guard of this State that has been or hereafter may be 
called into the service of the United States may receive, 
by the order of the Commander-in-Chief, new colors in 
exchange for those that have been worn in the field ; and 
it shall be the duty of the Quartermaster-General, ap- 
proved by the Commander-in-Chief, to issue, upon the 
requisition of the commandant of such regiment, one new 
flag for each flag returned for exchange, upon the pro- 
duction of the certificate of the chief of the bureau of 
Military Record that the old flag, with a history thereof, 
has been duly deposited in his office; except it shall satis- 
factorily appear that the old flag has been lost, in which 
case a new flag may be furnished in lieu thereof, said 
flags to be paid for out of funds under the control of the 
Commander-in-Chief. 

SEC. 12. The sum of nineteen thousand two hundred 
dollars, for the fiscal year ending September thirtieth, 
eighteen hundred and sixty-five, or so much thereof as 



71J Doc. No. 12. 

may be necessary, is hereby appropriated, payable by the 
Treasurer on the warrant of the Comptroller, for salaries, 
printing, stationery, and necessary expenses, payable on 
the certificate of the chief of the bureau. 

SEC. 13. This act shall take effect immediately, 



APPENDIX R. 



STATEMENT 

Showing the Expenditures in Bounty and Hand-money, in raising the 
Quota of the County of New York, under the President's Call 
dated December 19, 1864, for Three Hundred Thousand (300,000) 
Men. 



Expenditures in Bounty and Hand-money. 



NUMBER OF 
RECRUITS. 




AMOUNTS PAID. 




127 
1 


100 
5G 
1,754 
54 
05 
1,180 
2,149 


Bounties Paid to Army 
Volunteers. 

For one year, at $100 
170 
300 
For two years, at 200 
400 
For three years, at 300 
600 

Total 




$10,000 
9,520 
520,200 
10,800 
20,000 
355,800 
1, -289,400 
















5,424 


$2,233,720 


Bounties Paid to re-en- 
listed Army Volunteers. 

For one year, at $270' 
For three years, at 300 
000 

Total 


$540 

38,100 

oou 


130 






39,240 






Total army (carried forward). 

40 


5,554 


$2,272,900 



Doc. No. 12. 



722 



EXPENDITURES IN BOUNTY AND HAND-MONEY- ConcZwded. 



NUMBER OF 
RECRUITS. 




AMOUNTS PAID. 


6 
3 
1 
30 

64 
25 

302 
3 


5,554 


. .Brought forward.. . . 




$2 ; 272,960 


Bounties Paid to Naval 
Volunteers. 

For one vear, at $100 
170 
300 
For two years, at 200 
" ' 400 
For three years, at 300 
" ' " 600 
For four years, at 600 

Total navy 


eo^ 1 

510 
300 
6,000 
25,600 

7,500 
181,200 
1,800 




























434 


223,510 


. 




Total bounties, army 
and navy 




5,988 




$2,496,470 


Premiums Paid for 
Army and Navy Vol- 
unteers. 

At $20 


3,840 
2,41)0 
157,950 
i>,675 

278,80(1 


" 30 




" 50 





" 75 


" 100 




Total premiums 


45-1,755 




Total for bounties and 
premiums 




$ '9J9.2.;> 









723 Doc. No. 12. 



Recapitulation. 

Total bounty for army volunteers $2,233,720 

" " " re-enlisted men 39,240 



Total army. $2,272,960 

Total bounty for naval volunteers 223,510 



Total bounties for army and navy $2,496,470 

Total premiums for army and navy 452,755 



Total bounties and premiums for army 

and navy.. $2,949,225 



Doc, No. 12. 724 



STATEMENT, 



BEING A RECAPITULATION OF EXPENDITURES ON ALL ACCOUNTS 
IN RAISING THE QUOTA OF THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK, UNDER 
THE PRESIDENT'S CALL DATED DECEMBER 19, 18G4, FOR THREE 
HUNDRED THOUSAND (300,000) MEN. 

Total bounties $2,496,470 00 

" premiums 452,755 00 



Total bounties and premiums $2,949,227 00 

Total expenditures in correct- 
ing the enrolment $387,086 87 

Total of all other expenditures. 196,922 44 



Total 584,009 31 



Grand total $3,533.236 31 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING IN DETAIL THE DAILY OPERATIONS OP THE COMMITTEE 
ON VOLUNTEERING, IN PAYIN'G BOUNTIES AND HAND-MONEY, 
IN RAISING THE QUOTA. OF THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK, UNDER 
THE PRESIDENT'S CALL DATED DECEMBER 19, 186i, FOR THREE 
HUNDRED THOUSAND (300,000) MEN. 



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Re-Enlisted Men. 



DATE. 


FOR ONE 
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TOR THREE YEARS. 


At $270.' 


At $300. 


At $600. 


No. 


Amount 


No. 


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No. 


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1 


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Doc. No. 12. 734 

HE-ENLISTED -MEX (Concluded. ) 



DATE. 


FOR ONE 
YEAR. 


FOR THREE YEARS. 


Total number. 


Whole 
Amount. 


At S270. 


At $300. 


At $(500. 


No. 


Amount 


No. 


Amount. 


No. 


Amount 


Brought forward. . 
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2 


$340 


98 

1 
1 
2 
1 
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300 
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300 
300 
300 
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300 
3,900 






100 

1 
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INDEX. 



Keg. No. 

Acton, William 34 

Andrews, James 35 

Addicks, Thomas H 87 

Allen, William 157 

Annin, Charles 173 

Andrews, John 195 

Aspinwall, Joseph 205 

Anthony, Jacob 225 

Ausenbach, Louis 248 

Allen, John 291 

Amsden, Rufus B 346 

Adams, James B 365 

Andry, Henry 391 

Allen, William 419 

Amar, Joseph 433 

Adams, John 439 

Andrews, Charles 474 

Anderson, James 485 

Adams, Edward 499 

Angehr, Peter 512 

Archer, William 658 

Adams, Charles M 659 

Anthony, Thomas 723 

Aguero, Manuel E. De 829 

Arnold, Henry 836 

Allen, Thomas 871 

Anderson, John 872 

Avis, Martin L 911 

Adams, Charles A 917 

Anderson, John 937 

Arnold, Henry 1039 

Aclkins, James 1042 

Adams, John 1077 

Alvarez, Joseph . . . x 1 173 

Agnew, Georae W 1200 

Allendorfer, John 1204 

Anderson. John W 1265 

Abel, Valentine 1288 

Abbott, James 1407 

Allen, Charles 1424 

Arnold, Henry 1575 

Abrames, Stephen 1699 

Auglerd, Leo 1828 

Adams, Frederick 2033 



Axtell, Abraham 2049 

Autiop, Swone 2052 

Armalt, Peter 2073 

Arndt, Otto Max 2167 

Abele, Frederick 2181 

Anderson, Charles F 2215 

Allen, James 2503 

Anderson, James 2504 

Albrecht, Ludwig 2506 

Agin, James 2538 

Andrews, Robert T 2572 

Arctauder, Ernil 2611 

Apgar, Suren 2668 

Anthony, Abraham 2671 

Albert. Frederick 2714 

Ames, Charles M 2745 

Arthur, Joseph 2757 

Abendroth, Oscar 2801 

Abel, George 2864 

Aken. John 2905 

Ashley, Benjamin 2932 

Allen, John 2992 

Atchison, James H 3041 

Allen, Richard '. 3053 

Applegate, Benjamin P 3104 

Armstrong, George 3136 

Acoff, John G 3157 

Ardies, James 3283 

Amallie, Thomas 3388 

Allen, Michael 3433 

Andrews, George H 3447 

Abril, Joseph 3470 

Ahearn, Michael 3496 

Ashton, Simon R 3518 

Ayers, Alfred 3570 

Allen, Albert 3600 

Adamson, William 3692 

Ahrens, Jeremiah 3731 

Anderson, Louis 3954 

Amend, August 3989 

Andrews, Merwin 4047 

Anderson. Daniel 4052 

Avery, William C 4089 

Armstrong, Edward 4123 

Allen, William 4129 



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Reg No. 

Ayres, David E 4144 

A lien, Bernard 4167 

Abell, John H 4211 

Ahwo, John 4248 

Ahern, Patrick H 4297 

Allen, William 4371 

Abner. Kichard E 4373 

Adams, George. . , 4426 

Adler, Henry 4444 

Aiken, Walter 4467 

Allen, John 4612 

Ahern, Maurice 4635 

Arment, Moses E 4640 

Allaire, George 4668 

Anderson. John 4723 

Adams, William 4725 

Anderson, Alexander 4813 

Adams. George .4815 

Anderson, Andrew 4884 

Anderson, George 4931 

Anderson, Charles 4939 

Adams, James 5037 

Adams, John 5073 

Abbott, George 5142 

Arthkamp, Henry 6147 

Austin, Frank 5270 

Allen, James M 5291 

Alexander, Thomas 5297 

Appenroth, Henry 5305 

Ackerman, Frederick 5363 



Brown, Carl 4 

Bernhardt, Lewis 42 

Brennan, Henry A 47 

Briggs, Samuel D 49 

Berridt. Bernhard 61 

Bartram, Albert 77 

Burns, John 84 

Brown, James .'. 90 

Burchill, Thomas 95 

Brown, Charles 96 

Butler, Samuel 104 

Brand, Charles 105 

Barensky, Car 106 

Reed, John 107 

Bloor, Charles 108 

Bedford, Richard 117 

Brown, William 122 

Black, William 132 

Barant, Otto 144 

Black, Jacob 166 

Boland, Andrew 179 

Burroughs, Henry 187 

Brown, Christopher 104 

Barstow, Edwin W 201 

Blashford, Peter 209 



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Bennet, William 211 

Burke, Patrick 241 

Bilard, Jules 247 

Bering, William H 252 

Boltou, George 271 

Burns, Edward 275 

Brandes, Alfred 301 

Bauer, Ludwig 307 

Blinny, John 310 

Brown, John 326 

Byrne, John 335 

Byrne, Charles 339- 

Berge, Andrew 340 

Butler, Edward 342 

Brown, James 348 

Briggs, John 34D 

Barrett, Edward 355 

Bense, George F 362 

Beckwith, Orson E 378 

Broderick, William 384 

Burrows, Thomas F 392 

Brennan, Thomas 394 

Bandy, Matthew 405 

Brooks, William 407 

Barton, William H 409 

Barg, John 424 

Brady, James 420 

Bottomley, William 434 

Brady, John 443 

Breks, Joseph 475 

Brown, James 500 

Brewster, William 501 

Brown, John 507 

Beiokany, Edar P. de C 508 

Bisang, Joseph L 513 

Brennan, John 518 

Bronson, James T 525 

Berth, Robert H 537 

Brignon, Andre 641 

Brush, John 550 

Bachman, Francis 559 

Backer, Heinrich 560- 

Brown, Richard 565 

Barringer, David 570 

Bennet. Joseph 577 

Baker, Charles 581 

Bayse, Edward 696 

Beyer, John C03 

Brannan, Henry 608 

Brcchtel, Frederick 2 

Bird, Laurence 614 

Brennan, John 618 

Bird, John 633 

Brockelman, August 636 

Brady, Peter 639 

Brannigan, Henry 657 

Brown, Charles 60S) 

Bookman, John 682 

Black, Alexander 684 



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Reg. No. 

Barnes. David 692 

Benjamin, Thomas E 695 

Brennan, Joseph 706 

Burke, Daniel 708 

Bohlke, Frederick 713 

Burkes, Christian 714 

Brown, James 720 

Beck, August 724 

Bush, William 725 

Babbage, John S 738 

Barry, John 752 

Blair, Gains Lewis 7G1 

Baxter, William C 777 

Bnrkart, Albert 785 

Ball, Felix 792 

Brady, John 821 

Brauer, John 841 

Boschert. Franz. J 856 

Boyle, William 858 

Baker, James 860 

Berleberg, William 875 

Burton, Benjamin 885 

Brown, Charles 904 

Bird. James 914 

Bin, Francis W 924 

Byrne, Francis B 931 

Baumann, Peter 933 

Brennan, Michael 938 

Bischoff, Henry 947 

Brady, John 950 

Barton, Carston 968 

Burns, John 970 

Bauer, John 975 

Bates,. Charles 979 

Barry, William 984 

Blumer, Charles 994 

Bret/.y, Peter 997 

Burns, Owens 1027 

Center, William. 1035 

Behrendt, Carl 1043 

Beer, John 1049 

Brosse, Joseph 1058 

Boyle, Hugh 1103 

Bleyle, Herman C 1108 

Becker, Charles 1111 

Banten, Edward 1112 

Buckley, Harry 1127 

Bradley, John 1140 

Blair, David 1145 

Boyle, Patrick 1166 

Brown, James 1172 

Brockman, John 1174 

Bertram, Charles 1180 

Berry, John 1191 

Bambel, Henry 1213 

Bradley, Patrick 1227 

Beirne, Roger 1229 

Brauel, John 1237 

Baker, Nelson 1248 



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Brown, William 1290 

Baker John 1297 

Bingham, Frederick P 1299 

Bornholtz, Herman 1332 

Brown, Joseph 1347 

Boyle, James 1348 

Bruce, Andrew 1349 

Brien, Thomas 1352 

Berry, James 1360 

Brunn, Peter 1378 

Brisco, Augustus 1389 

Breede, Daniel 1395 

Boyle, Charles 1397 

Briiyn, Josiah H 1402 

Brown, William David 1421 

Byrn, Patrick 1442 

Brownson, Edward J 1468 

Brothers, Matthew 1469 

Barlow, William 1470 

Baer, Adolph 1473 

Baunon, E 1474 

Boyle, William 1483 

Brennan, Eobert .1495 

Britton, Frank 1498 

Bentel, Leopold 1509 

Burtis, Andrew , . . .1515 

Brenner, Joseph 1535 

Bergin, Martin 1537 

Breunan, Luke 1538 

Barnes, Button A 1545 

Byron, Thomas C 1595 

Burr, Charles 1597 

Baumann, George .' 1602 

Byron. Plum 1603 

Brush, Joseph 1605 

Barry, James 1640 

Brady, John 1641 

Brady, John 1642 

Benedict, Alexander 1653 

Bright, James 1657 

Bentil. Ernst 1660 

Blain, William 1676 

Bauer, Jacob 1694 

Brown, Jacob 1714 

Benton, John 1725 

Brown, James 1728 

Baker, William 1761 

Brinkman, Charles 1762 

Bacon, James H 1771 

Bennett, John 1797 

Bilo, Paul 1798 

Brady, Patrick 1808 

Browne. Thomas 1815 

Beisch, Leopold 1838 

Blunf, John 1862 

Burnett, Andrew 1888. 

Boyce, Nelson. 1899 

Bradley, John 1907 

Bates, Charles 1909.- 



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920 



Keg. No 

Bath ell, Morris 1910 

Burnside, David 1912 

Becker, Wendell 1919 

Burnett, Charles 1932 

Bergen, William H 1935 

Boyd, Daniel 2007 

Bechel, Gustavo 2008 

Bacler, John : 2010 

Burke, Michael 2023 

Bader, Jacob 2041 

Broach, James A 2053 

Battig, Alloise 2055 

Browne, John 2056 

Burluun, William H 2059 

Burns, Patrick 2072 

Brennan, Patrick 2077 

Barry, Thomas 2136 

Buhler, Frederick 2151 

Bernard, Frank 2166 

Brornrigg, Thomas 2189 

Bassisky, Herman 2220 

Burke, Patrick 2227 

Buschek, Emanuel 2230 

Boydon, George 2238 

Bradley, James , . .2247 

Blake. John 2252 

Boyd, William 2265 

Burns, James 2269 

Benson, Milo 2272 

Berg, Paul E 2274 

Batscher, Leo 2275 

Beck, Oscar 2276 

Blossom, Alfred 2281 

Burkle, Adolph 2283 

Brady, Peter 2286 

Burns, James 2295 

Blattner, Conrad 2301 

Brauer, Julius 2303 

Bradley, Thomas 2306 

Banks,' Wright 2322 

Brechin, Marcus F 2335 

Baker. Peter , .2336 

Barnes, William 2343 

Batta. Louis 2346 

Bomkent, Jean 2347 

Braley, Charles 2358 

Biggins. James 2366 

Burns, James 2388 

Benninger, Philip 2391 

Brown, Archibald 2398 

Buehler, Fortunat 2404 

Brown, Samuel H 2410 

Bagley, George B 2411 

Bogel, Conrad 2420 

Brockenburg, Albert 2433 

Burke, Peter 2446 

Bailey, Bernard 2449 

Breen, John T 2450 

Burkhardt, John P 2474 



Keg. No. 

Bailey, Eli 2480 

Badey, John 2490 

Busch, Franz 2493 

Brannan, John 2509 

Beige, George 2542 

Bedell, Henry C 2543 

Buckols, Jacob 2547 

Bellman, Michael 2558 

Beattie, Robert 2591 

Barton, William E 2598 

Bravencler, William 2619 

Bauinaster, Gottleib 2621 

Barry, Edward 2625 

Burke, James 2627 

Barr, William H 2635 

Brown, Charles 2643 

Brown, Garret 2652 

Barton, David 2655 

Barrett, James 2667 

Baker, William H 2675 

Brady, Frank 2683 

Barry, James 2686 

Bernard, Alexander 2698 

Burkla, Ansel 2705 

Black, Henry 2710 

Baumer , Robert 2726 

Boyle, John 2741 

Brown, Harry 2744 

Bauer, Sebastian 2749 

Boehnae, Charles F 2751 

Brunno, Giovani 2770 

Burns, Patrick 2773 

Busick, John 2775 

Barry, Patrick 2782 

Bards, Lewis 2791 

Brindon, John W. H : 2792 

Boyce, Dennis 2813 

Brown, Charles 2826 

Bower, Thomas 2914 

Belitz, Charles 2917 

Bogart, Albert J 2954 

Bessell, Edward C 2974 

Bartlett, Emerson 2980 

Boucher, Daniel 2995 

Banks. George 3011 

Bo wen, William 3026 

Burns, Martin 3046 

Boyle, John 3047 

Butler, James F 3050 

Baker, Frank A 3054 

Bahrand Augustus 3055 

Brown. Henry 3067 

Bochman, William 3081 

Boyce, Edward 3088 

Brant, Etienne 3111 

Backer, Edwin 3122 

Byrns, Cornelius 3145 

Brice. Edward 3154 

Baldwin, Edwin P 3155 



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Eeg. No. 

Bouton, Francis J 3180 

Behler, Henry 3197 

Burke, Francis 3204 

Brennen, Louis 3206 

Bennett, Elisha 3210 

Berry, Hiram 3229 

Beer, Wilder 3233 

Bowers, Henry 3236 

Boyles, George 3243 

Brady, John 3244 

Urunskill, William C 3257 

Brown, Robert 3260 

Bauaher, Magnus 3267 

Barrenschea, P. B 3286 

Bower, Charles 3292 

Brady, David 3299 

Burtch, George 3322 

Brady, Thomas A ?352 

Borden, Leauder A 3393 

Bechold, Austin 3403 

Bryant. John 3408 

Baron, William 3439 

Brings, James 3449 

Burton, Ernest 3463 

Byrnes. John 3468 

Bunce, James H 3472 

Burke, Thomas 3495 

Bennett, John R 3521 

Burke, Peter 3525 

Brown, Alexander.. 3331 

Bretthardt. John 3535 

Burke, James 3536 

Baily. Wilson 3543 

Hell. Eugene 3546 

Beale, Theodore F 3553 

Bellmore, Joseph 3555 

Bramont, Henry 35GO 

Blulim, Henry 35G3 

Barkhaus, Frederick 3564 

Becrat't. Adam H 3574 

Brady, James 3586 

Bowers. George 3602 

Barry, Lawrence 3610 

Beresford, Charles .3612 

Bubier, Francis F 3626 

Bennett. Dennis 3637 

Bliss. Andrew 3658 

Buckley, William 3675 

Brecken, James 3698 

Bartells. Frederick 3713 

Barer, Victor 3720 

Borer, Joseph 3721 

Betsch, William 3722 

Brissell, Charles P 3732 

Breen, James 3744 

Bremel, Joseph 3747 

Brown, James 3755 

Butler, William 3766 

Baruch, Henry 3797 



Reg. No. 

Brown, William B 3799 

Bauer, Henry 3301 

Burke, Charies 3812 

Better. Charles 3828 

Boeltscher, Frank 3846 

Brown, Charles 3851 

Buckley. John 3877 

Blell, William 3886 

Buschgens, Bernard 3887 

Bachmann, Franz 3892 

Burns, John 3902 

Benson, George W 3914 

Burns, William 3915 

Burns, James 3920 

Bell. George 3942 

Brady, John 3946 

Benson. William J 3967 

Bond, Edward 3971 

Bleckford. Richard C 3992 

Bennett, Robert 4003 

Bigalke, Gotlleib 4043 

Brown, Thomas 4051 

Burke, Michael 4063 

Burns, Patrick 4091 

Brings, William II 4102 

Bocldy. Thomas 4117 

Bannard, William B 4145 

Bearnard, Charles H 4146 

Brower, Austin 4172 

Barney, Frank E 4190 

Bergman, Adolph 4192 

Blaten (or Platen) 4199 

Brown, Nathaniel 4235 

Blackmail, George W 4237 

Boulton, Jesse 4241 

Bohmer, Henry 4250 

Bender, Adolph 4255 

Bond, Joseph 4260 

Brown, William 4275 

Burnell. John 4286 

Balfy, Charles 4287 

Batch, Nicholas 4299 

Boyle, George 4308 

Brownell. Henry W 4325 

Brown, Thomas 4328 

Barcleu, James 4329 

Brauer, Alfred 4341 

Berrian, Theodore 4349 

Bray, Patrick 4352 

Briggs, William 4368 

Brerinan, Thomas 4375 

Burkert. Charles 4408 

Bushnell, Richard 4411 

Berrien, Daniel, Jr 4435 

i'auer. Franz 4451 

Berger, Otto 4490 

Bills, George 4494 

Brown, George 4503 

Burns, James 4510 



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.Reg. No. 

Barnes, Sherman 4520 

Bird, William E 4523 

Bohn, Samuel ,4542 

Brill, Christian 4547 

Balhr, John 4552 

Burke, Edward 4568 

Bodenslein, Jacob 4580 

Burns, John H 4589 

Brudi, John 4590 

Berrien, William H 4011 

Berrian, Lawrence R 4613 

Beckham, Anthony L 461S 

Brown, Marshall (colored) 4624 

Brecher, Frederick 4629 

Baker, George W 463 1 

Bracken, Andrew 4633 

Beaver, Robert S 4639 

Becker, Andrew 4651 

Bobin, Charles 4652 

Briggs, William A 4474 

Brorii, William 4689 

Bennett, James G 4691 

Brown, Robert 4692 

Baxendalc, Abraham 4710 

Bright, Albert 4718 

Brings, John 4719 

Burhart. Ziba P 4727 

Bean, George 4728 

Braband, Lorenzo 4741 

Brown, Samuel 4753 

Barry, Michael 4754 

Brad'en, William H 4761 

Blair, Thomas 4762 

Barnes. Daniel P 4765 

Blair, Thomas 4779 

Byron, Patrick 4821 

Bradley, John. 4838 

Bush, Peter 4845 

Burns, Thomas 4847 

Bennett, Ezra W 4861 

Boyle, Bernhard 4865 

Bryan, John 4875 

Buell, Melville 4888 

Bueshler, Martin 4893 

Burke, John 4905 

Burrell, John 4910 

Brobet, John 4918 

Bliven, Milo 4943 

Brewer, John J 4945 

Bennett, Edwin 4983 

Brandon, David 4984 

Berrey. William 4997 

Boursch, Matthias 5004 

Baumann. Jacob 5031 

Brooks, Hugh 5061 

Bvennan, Matthew S 5063 

Brown, William H 5064 

Buell, George F 6081 



Keg. No. 

Boyd, Joseph 5095 

Brewer, William M 5114 

Burdett, Richard C 5115 

Bronom, David 5140 

Bader, Charles 5150 

Baker, John 5153 

Boynton, Alpheus C 5175 

Brinkmau, Henry 5180 

Butler, Krank 5^ 15 

Berwiad, Theodore 5217 

Black, John 5221; 

Becker, Charles 5247 

Browne, Kimble 527H 

Burling, Charles 5307 

Brant, Robert 53 If, 

Butler, Patrick 5320 

Behl. Lawrence 5333 

Breslin, Jeremiah 5339 

Biddle, James E 5341 

Bedell, Isaac E 5345 

Burke, Lawrence 5 i46 

Britt. John 5354 

Benninger, Adolph 5:H73 

Braun, "Henry, 5376 

Briefly, William 53'J3 

Biakety, Joshua 5408 

Bishop, Edward 5414 



Chesbro, James 9 

Clark, John 45 

Conklin, Richard 58 

Caffrey, Peter 64 

Cahill, John 72 

Chester, Williams 91 

Cahill, William Ill 

Connolly, John 112 

Connell, Jeremiah 159 

Craven, Patrick 174 

Carroll, James 18t> 

Cronin, Michael 203 

Carey, John 235 

Cunningham, James 243 

Clark, George 256 

Clark, James 259 

Connolly, John 278 

Conlon, Patrick 284 

Collins, James P 288 

Campbell, Christopher 299 

Cavie, Wharton Downes 311 

Clarke, Harrison 316 

Casgriff, William 325 

Cole. Henry 330 

Conlin, Edward 343 

Conley, William 350 

Cunningham, Patrick 367 



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Keg. No. 

Conrey, John 371 

Conlin, William 383 

Cliicliorius, Theodore 385 

Cowan, James 395 

Currey, Michael 399 

Clifton, Elray 415 

Connell, Jeremiah 416 

Cortes, Antonia 426 

Cannon, William 440 

Colton, Chauncy A 446 

Connor, Michael 4G6 

Cromwell. Obadiah 468 

Cashion, John 477 

Cook. John 479 

Cunningham, Thomas 488 

Carolau, Thomas 504 

Cleary. Patrick 517 

Clolns, Valentine 519 

Cunningham, Michael 529 

Carroll, John 548 

Clark, John 552 

Clancey, Charles 619 

Cooney, ' Patrick 621 

Clements, Erastus 62 4 

Cameron, James 642 

Cantwell, Peter 644 

Counton, Thomas 648 

Conover, Augustus 651 

Cain, Edward 700 

Connolly. James 704 

Colahan, John 712 

Cassidy, John 718 

Cacly, Henry A 759 

Cavanaugh, Daniel 769 

Carlsten, John A 77 1 

Carlsten. Carl G 775 

Childs, Henry 781 

Cranach. Louis 786 

Cohen. Francis 793 

Cook. John 806 

Cronin. William J 846 

Cams. Robert 869 

Clark, Michael 884 

Coughlan, Maurice 903 

Connolly, John 921 

Cavanaifh, Martin 955 

Clark, Benton 958 

Cochrau, Andrew G 1003 

Carroll, William 1008 

Carly, William 1009 

Conl'on, Thomas 1031 

Caftey. Edward ' 1037 

Cain, Patrick 1050 

Callahan, Thomas 1056 

Chalk, Michael 1063 

Carpenter, Theo 1075 

Collier. James 1079 

Cassidy. James 1149 

Carey, Hngh 1159 



Beg. No. 

Golan, John 1167 

Connors, John 1169 

Cullen, Charles 1182 

Conroy, William 1190 

Cormicaif, James 1196 

Carson, Jarnes 1203 

Creegan, Francis 1206 

Conway, Thomas 1217 

Cassidy, Michael 1218 

Carleten, Henry F 1221 

Collins, Charles 1240 

Close, Paul 1273 

Cantns, Henry 1298 

Casey, Thomas 1325 

Cook, James 1346 

Cunnion, Michael 1369 

Clark, Louis 1380 

Cunningham, Christopher 1382 

Conley, Butler 1384 

Corkins, Joseph D 1393 

Clark, Joseph B 1394 

Carey, Stephen 1408 

Carson, John 1423 

Collins, Joseph 1449 

Connolly, Edward 1450 

Campbell, John 1465 

Cusliman, Francis 1511 

Coffort, Joseph 1518 

Conners, Jarnes 1528 

Corlies, John V 1543 

Cooney, John 1554 

Conroy. Peier 1558 

Claik. James 1560 

Comstock, James L 1572 

Conlau, Michael 1606 

Cherry, John 1612 

Cronin, Michael 1623 

Connolly, Peter 1629 

Christie, James 1698 

Carroll, Richard 1705 

Corbet. Warren 1731 

Connelly, James 1742 

Carroll, John 1752 

Casey, Patrick 1772 

Casey, James 1773 

Crilley, Francis 1776 

Conger, George W 1780 

Clyne, James 1790 

Co'lson, James 1807 

Cooney, William 1826 

Craley. Michael 1834 

Chesterman, Constantino 1837 

Carver, David 1855 

Clark. Elmer B 1873 

Copland, George 1877 

Curtis, Charles 1882 

Cunningham, Reuben 1896 

Coogan, Daniel 1908 

Cook, Jacob 1915 



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924 



Beg. No. 

Cushman, Samuel 1916 

Covcl, William E 1931 

Cronin, Arthur 1937 

Cook, John 1943 

Christensen, John . 1955 

Clark, Henry 1961 

Carot, Sebata 1962 

Colligan, James 1963 

Conway, John 1966 

Campbell, Thomas 1969 

Curran, James .* 1973 

Chadwick, Rudolph 1989 

Cassidy, Felix W 1998 

Cobb, Joseph E 2019 

Collins, Joseph 2024 

Clark, Patrick 2030 

Clark, William H 2057 

Crooks, Alfred E 2069 

Conart, Emannel 2075 

Crookshanks, John 2085 

Chapman, Henry 2090 

Canfiekl, James 2140 

Conway, James 2148 

Clark, George 2164 

Chase, Albert 2172 

Crosby, William 2180 

Conaway, John 2182 

Colbert, Alphonse E 2184 

Costello, Dennis D 2203 

Church, Albert L 2204 

Clawson, John 2222 

< 'olegrove. Bradley T 2226 

Chapell. Jerome 2232 

Cahill, Michael 2264 

Condon, Patrick 2284 

Chamberlain, Allen 2302 

Connelly, Edward 2305 

Connor, John 230S 

Cullen, Patrick 2311 

Conway, James H 2314 

Cash. George 2321 

Colgan, Thomas 2333 

Coe, Charles 2334 

Callahan, John 2342 

Coffee, Michael 2348 

Cunningham, Edward 2361 

Clingman, Henry 2369 

Cutting, William H 2372 

Cummings, James 2376 

Curran, J oseph 2390 

Cassidy, Andrew 2392 

Cummins, John 2400 

Coyle, Edward 2428 

Carey. John 2429 

Courtney. Charles 2430 

Carman,' Franklin B 2467 

Carlton, Samuel 2473 

Camp, James 2510 

Corcoran, John 2516 



Keg. No. 

Craft, William, Jr 2518 

Cowan, Charles 2523 

Collins, James 2525 

Creagen, Martin 2528 

Chalmers, John 2527 

Cornelius, Henry 2533 

Crouch, Charles's 2545 

Canavan, Michael 2551 

Creighton, Andrew E 2570 

Callander. Charles C 2584 

Connolly, William 2597 

Carney. Thomas H 2664 

Clark, Edward 2676 

Cogan, Michael 2684 

Campbell, John 2711 

Claus, John 2721 

Carter, Charles H. (col'd) 2735 

Conslay, Andrew 2737 

Clifford, John 2739 

Cooper, Jacob 2750 

Clifford, Charles M 2754 

Callahan, James 2765 

deary, Charles 2768 

Cook, Michael 2774 

Clifford, William M 2803 

Coachman, John H 2810 

Crof'ut, Henrv S 2814 

Cook, William 2818 

Caulkins, Camillas 2841 

Carter, William 2849 

Clancey, Phelix 2866 

Conlon, John 2876 

Cluster, James 2883 

Crum, John H 2887 

Crosson, Thomas 2896 

Criunion, Thomas 2907 

Conant, Carlos B 2923 

Carter, James 2939 

Crandall, Francis B 2979 

Curry, Lawrence 3019 

Casey, Owen 3031 

Caffer. George 3056 

Chamberlin, George W 3061 

Carter, Charles 3066 

Cameron, Jason C 3086 

Carnes, George 3087 

Cahill, James M 3093 

Curtis, Thomas 3124 

Cunningham, George 3128 

Caruy, John 3144 

Cusick, Joseph 3148 

Calleen, Michael J 3164 

Carey, Patrick 3170 

Correll, Philip 3175 

Casey, Thomas 3176 

Collins, Nathaniel 3190 

Coyle. Patrick 3192 

Cook, John A 3203 

Carey, John 3224 



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Ecg. No. 

Conner, Patrick 3248 

Creamer, Frederick 3249 

Coleman, John 3252 

Cheshire, John P 3253 

Coulter, Simon N 3258 

Collins, John 3265 

Conley. John 3266 

Cusick, Patrick 3269 

Covart, John 3276 

Cooke, Albert 3281 

Coles, Joseph 3291 

Collins, David C 3311 

Campbell, William 3313 

Collins, John 3320 

Connors, Francis 3333 

Connolly, Thomas 3357 

Conley, George A 3366 

Conner, Jeremiah 3370 

Cosse, Thomas J 3402 

Conroy, James 3417 

Clark, William 3420 

Carr, William 3423 

Cleary, John F 3427 

Crowe, William 3452 

Carroll, William 3465 

Clifford, Charles 3483 

Carpenter, George W 3491 

Cornell, William M 3516 

Chambers, Henry 3548 

Chappie, Charles R 3556 

Clancy, Patrick 3559 

Carey, Philip 3566 

Carey, Michael 3571 

Cochrane, John 3572 

Cutta, Antonio 3582 

Cumin, John 3584 

Carpenter, Joseph B 3589 

Campbell, Henry H 3624 

Cozine, Charles H. W 3642 

Cahill, Timothy 3644 

Carney, Thomas 3648 

Campbell, Patrick 3652 

Cobb. John 3654 

Connell. John 3657 

Clark, James 3667 

Conaty , Francis J 3670 

Carpenter, Nathan B 3750 

Connelly, Thomas 3753 

Cochraii, William 11 3756 

Cox, James 3765 

Crue, George 3788 

Clark, James 3808 

Carmie. Thomas 3813 

Collins, John 3832 

Cotter, Thomas 3834 

Caldwell, William H 3847 

Cunningham, Thomas 3865 

Carlton, Robert 3872 

Clark, William 388'J 



Keg. Ko. 

Conklin, Daniel A 3894 

Carman, William 3896 

Cregan, James 3904 

Craigie, William 3909 

Caple, William 3922 

Cousins, John A 3925 

Cokes, Francis 3950 

Christman, Henry R 3964 

Caspar, George 3986 

Coger, John 4011 

Clifford, Francis 4013 

Calin, Arnold 4053 

Coffey, Michael 4059 

Cassen , Michael 4075 

Cole, Daniel 4083 

Clabby, Patrick 4120 

Christie, Andrew 4147 

Caldwell, Joseph 4158 

Conner, John 4174 

Charles, William 4177 

Cameron, Daniel 4187 

Cavelier, Charles 4188 

Carpenter, Charles 4189 

Croxford, George 4212 

Grimm in, Jeremiah 4214 

Cooler, Henry 4216 

Cox, Thomas 4218 

Cassidy, James J 4221 

Carney, John 4222 

Crowe, John 4243 

Curtin, Peter 4267 

Curry, John 4330 

Conner, James 4335 

Cory, Edgar 4342 

Clark, John 4354 

Corey, Andrew H 4361 

Callahan, Thomas W 4376 

Cooper, John 4398 

Croake, James 4406 

Covington, John T 4415 

Cormick, Andrew J 4466 

Cummings, John 4478 

Oodmus, George G .4506 

Colligan, William 4507 

Cook", Thomas 4564 

Callanan, P. B 4577 

Campbell. Patrick 4591 

Carltou, David J 4616 

Clark, Thomas S. 4621 

Crear, Charles L 4634 

Collins, Thomas 4646 

Cabraw, Thomas W 4670 

Cook, David 4671 

Clanssen, John 4672 

Castigan, Thomas 4684 

Campana. Napoleon 4709 

Chase, Myron 4756 

Cumin, James 4798 

Croniu, John 4805 



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926 



Beg. >o. 

Coughlan Thomas 4829 

Cole, MosesS 4839 

Casterline, James G 4843 

Crumm. John . . . .' 4846 

Ciillen, William 4848 

Collins, James 4852 

Chemin, E. Auguste 4866 

Connor, Thomas 4867 

Carpenter. Willard 4870 

Coleman, Patrick 4932 

Collins, John 4951 

Cleek, Joseph B 4952 

Collins, John 4956 

Croak, Thomas 49G6 

Colwell, Joseph 4974 

Crosby, Abner 4979 

Conra'di, Carl 4980 

Curley, Felix 4987 

Cooper, Alexander W 4992 

Cowan. Franklin S 4995 

Oarlock. Abraham D. J 5000 

Cochran, James H 5011 

Connelly, Andrew 5013 

Coyle. Benjamin F 5014 

Coe, William A 5016 

Cunningham, Peter 5055 

Connor, James 5059 

Cronin, John 5068 

Curran. Michael 5071 

Coen, Harris. 5086 

Conner. Edward 5092 

Clure, Robert 5099 

Conly, Peter 5119 

Carev, Iloady 5156 

Cullen, Owen 5171 

Cross, William L 5177 

Cole. Levi 5194 

Colligan. Owen 5195 

Cooper. Isaac 5197 

Clark, William 5214 

Connoly, Thomas 5218 

Casey, 'Thomas 5219 

Cahiil, Dennis 5224 

Coyle, Henry 5242 

Caswell, Henry 5239 

Carroll, John 5264 

Caghlan, Patrick 5267 

Carley, Oliver 5271 

Clarkson, George W 5288 

Connell. Matthew 5319 

Carroll. William 5323 

Colvin, Andrew 5348 

Corkery, Daniel 5356 

Creasy, Oscar 5364 

Corwin, James .' 5384 

Copeland, William ...5397 

Chapman, Edward S 5413 



Beg. Ko. 

Dunn, Michael 20 

De Castellone, Francis 41 

Duggan, Thomas 50 

Degber, Camille 52 

Durke, Walter 82 

Devens, Theodore 129 

Dickinson, George H 140 

Dunbar, Wailace 142 

Drann, Richard 161 

Doyle, John 192 

Doyle, Francis 206 

Dernarest, Gilbert 207 

Dean, John 208 

Doyle, John 223 

De'La Noy, Henry 224 

Dolan, John 268 

Devine, Charles 269 

Donlon, Martin 274 

Durant, John 28G 

Doyle. Thomas 287 

Dengler, Max 289 

Dalby, John 290 

Dunning, George 333 

Davis. Robert 376 

Dehner, Fritz 389 

Donovan, Robert 406 

Duggan, Timothy 410 

Dayton, John 414 

Dalion. Thomas 458 

Doty, Jacob 478 

Davis, John Williamson 486 

Doran, Michael 497 

Duncan, Nathan G 520 

Dawson. Edward 547 

Day. John 586 

Deforest, George 625 

Derome. William 630 

Donohue, Peter 660 

Dacy, Daniel 686 

Duncan, John A 693 

Duncan. William 711 

Dunne. Laurence 776 

Dowling, Joseph 848 

Dougherty, James 850 

Duvall, Moris 853 

Dugan. Michael 862 

Dennis, William 873 

Dixon, John W 912 

Dugan, Daniel 916 

Dunne, John F 973 

Doiley, Thomas H 993 

Dugah, William 1011 

Dugan, John 1015 

Diireen, Richard 1020 

Doorley. Michael 1045 

Doyle, 'Patrick : 1068 

Dunning, Charles G 1078 

Doremus, Abraham G 1084 



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Fcg. No. 

De Leon, Domingo Ruiz 1095 

Dolan, Daniel 1099 

Duffy, Thomas 1100 

Dwy'er, John J 1104 

D wyer,' John S 1 106 

Dailey, John M 1120 

Dando, William N.. 1141 

Donnelly, John 1158 

Darcey.' Henry 1160 

Davis, William 1178 

Davis. John 1254 

Dickson, John 1257 

Drinker, Robert M 1269 

Dempsey, Charles 1282 

DoolitUe, Jacob 1296 

Davis. James 1356 

Dickman, Charles 1366 

Demott, Thomas 1374 

Dnffin, James 1413 

Dickeison, John 1527 

Dennis, James 1540 

Daly, Patrick 1548 

Dowens. Michael 1557 

Dombert. Charles 1570 

Dodd, William H 1576 

Drevfuss, Edwai'd 1608 

Dev'anny, Daniel 1611 

Douslass, John W 1650 

Dowd, Owen 1651 

Dooley, John 1655 

Davis, John 1668 

Dietrich, Thomas D 1675 

Dowd. John 1695 

Dowdey, Samuel 1704 

Darlemos. Jacob 1717 

Dickey, John 1729 

Druminond, George 1741 

Dougherty, M .'. 1749 

Durien, William 1778 

Dowd. Edward 1785 

Devine, Patrick 1811 

Dingledein, Philip. 1*12 

Dwyer, .lames 1823 

Dolan, Moses 1840 

Dean, James 1844 

Donohoe. John 1845 

Decker. Egbert 1871 

Daily, George 1900 

Duboise, John 1946 

Dupala. Alexander 1965 

Doyle, Joseph H 1981 

Dhigledein, John B 1982 

Dargin, James 1988 

Dougherty, Put rick 2003 

Deban, Thomas 2005 

Ducars. Antonia 2029 

Dun ham, Bartlett S 2036 

Davis, Alonzo Y 2087 

Darnm, Julius 2117 



Reg. No. 

Dunlap, Benjamin 2119 

Denon, Edward T 2130 

De Groof, Jacob 2139 

Dooley, Patrick 2141 

Daley", Michael 2156 

Devine, Philip 2157 

Delancy, William 2162 

Doyle, John 2176 

Dietz, Earnest P 2179 

Davis, Christopher 2192 

Darby, Wallace L 2205 

De La Kivriordania, Nicholas. .2210 

Duryea, James 2223 

Donohoe, Andrew 2297 

Deacon, James 2340 

Donohue, Patrick 2367 

Danforlh, Charles 2370 

Dolan, Thomas 2395 

Demand, August 2418 

Dambuch, Michael 2419 

Delaney, William 2432 

De Forrest, Charles H 2447 

Dnmmarris, Alexander 2448 

De Looze, Carl 2458 

Dunn, John 2463 

Dowd, Thomas M 2464 

Dunn, John 2476 

Dreaper, Richard 2541 

Drinker, James 2546 

Darby, William H 2580 

Davids, William H 2595 

De Mastess, Foster M 2623 

Daly, Thomas 2624 

Dolan, Charles 2631 

Dahm, Anton 2693 

Davis, William 2709 

De Devoise, Peter 2713 

Donnelly, Peter 2718 

Dudgeon, John V 2762 

Deery, James 2776 

Denriois, Henry 2777 

Day. James 2807 

De Pasquier, Alphonse 2822 

Donovan, William 2828 

Dunn, Martin 2874 

Deicher. Charles 2919 

Davis, William 2940 

Deale, William 2953 

Davis, Harley 2960 

Dixon, Joseph ' 3027 

Dunn, Patrick 3033 

Dunn, Samuel 3037 

Drashke, Alexis 3060 

Dortzlcr, John 3100 

Donovan, John 3107 

Duffy, Hush 3109 

Doyle, William 3110 

Duian. James 3129 

Donnelly, Thomas 3146 



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Keg. No. 

Corn, Alfred 3150 

Daley, Michael 3177 

Diestel, Bernard 3202 

Duffy, Bernard 3209 

Duerr, George P 3217 

Dohcrty, John 3238 

Darwin', Patrick 3271 

Doughty, William 330(5 

Dimbml, Benjamin R 3308 

Donlon, James 3356 

Drogem. Frederick 33C3 

Dougherty, John 3379 

Doniinick, Charles 3404 

Daley, Timothy 3471 

Doras, Cornelius 3473 

Davis. Patrick 3478 

Deistel, Michael 3488 

Delorme, Julius 3490 

Dunne. George 3494 

DbwHbg, Patrick J 3498 

Delaney, John 3501 

Dumas, Paul 3510 

Denier, John B 3514 

Daiser, John 3520 

De Nyco, Augustus M 3522 

Dick, Herman 3527 

Dahlem, Albert 3530 

Dvvyer, John 8537 

Davis, William 35S5 

Denney, Daniel 3613 

Dezel, John 3643 

Donovan, John 3668 

Davis, Alexander 3669 

Dougherty, John 3679 

Dix^Robert 3G86 

Doming, James 3734 

De Lacey, John 3760 

Duncan. James 3764 

Delaney, Henry 3782 

Dueling, John 3792 

.Downey. Thomas 3831 

Dolan, James 3843 

Dorsey, Peter 3845 

Devoy, Jules 3848 

Dunlap, David 3849 

Darners, Peter , 3937 

Durney, Owen 3959 

Donohoe, Timothy 3978 

Dunn, John 3979 

Duffy, John 3980 

Doyle, John 4004 

Dann, fass A 4022 

Davenport, A brain 4033 

Dooley. William 4040 

Duchiny. Max 4054 

Dickinson, Richard 4057 

Davenport. John L 4058 

Dolppe, William 4066 

Doyle, Michael 4081 



Reg. No. 

Daley, Henry 4085 

Davis, George 4131 

Davis, John 4136 

D'Orvillc, Arthur 4149 

Danforth, Adolph T 4152 

Dandl, Otto 4181 

Donaldson, Robert 4215 

Dailey, Thomas 4220 

Daley, James 4252 

Daley. Henry ,. . . .4270 

Dillon, William 4208 

Davis, James 4326 

Droney, James 4337 

Douglass, John 4374 

De Gray, Edwin ! :; L 

De La Rosa, Joseph 439:5 

Delany, Michael 4396 

Dolan, Thomas H 4405 

Daly, Michael 4425 

Deiianny. Owen 4439 

Dahn. Joseph 4447 

Duncan, Roland M 4465 

Dunn, James 4484 

Dilane, Edward 4486 

Deneve, John 4491 

Dierker, John H 4495 

Dillon, Isaac 4509 

Dirr, John 4531 

Dalton, John 4532 

Deal, Frederick 4548 

Dakin. Henry 4574 

Dale, Patrick 4606 

Dufly, Henry 4630 

Duffy, Christopher J 4644 

Duffy, Edward 4647 

Dighan, Charles 4688 

Dolan, Michael 4714 

Dorson, James F 4721 

Dugan. John 4747 

Donovan. Timothy 4795 

Dunn, Francis. . . '. 4822 

Doherty, Thomas 4833 

Dawsoii, William 4840 

Darby, George L 4857 

Davis, John 4878 

Dotzler, Adam 4901 

Dotzlor, George 4902 

Downey, James 4912 

Dalton, John 4914 

Dailey, Joseph 4916 

Donohoe, James 4917 

Dowling, Andrew 4950 

Durcher, Louis 4%3 

Davis, Thomas 4!)73 

Doll. Jacob 4976 

Dodd, Samuel F 4999 

Dietz, Charles 5041 

Dowling, John 5017 

Dunn, John 5051 



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Reg. No. 

Dolan, James 5105 

Dargan, James 5109 

Duhamel. Jules 5130 

Dalton, William 5154 

Doyle, Thomas 5165 

Dunn, Thomas 5179 

Dawson, Thomas 5184 

Davis, Patrick 5186 

Denniston, James 5225 

De Forrest, Myron 5229 

Donegan, William 5241 

Davis, Peter 5263 

Davis, William 5296 

Devvey, Le Koy S 5304 

Duffy, Patrick 5334 

Dunn, John 5340 

Dineen, Edward :". 5350 

Dexter, William H 5351 

Durver, James 5357 

Doyle, William 5362 

Dowling, Joseph 5387 

Donnelly, Andrew 5390 

Donnelly, Michael J 5418 



Ewing, Samuel 6 

Ellis, Henry 7 

Elgershauser, Joseph 25 

Ely, John 109 

Enquivist, Capitan ll(i 

Edwards, James L 359 

Edgar, James 374 

Elwood, George ? . 404 

Egan, William 420 

Ebar, John 456 

Ebbs, Charles 460 

Ebstein, Frederick H. E 493 

Enright, Thomas 605 

Eckelson, Luther H 671 

Erlencamp. August 691 

Engel, Ferdinand 790 

Edwards, James 828 

Etheridge, William 83? 

Edwards, Charles 878 

Edmon, James 1071 

Eagan, Patrick 1260 

Eaton, William 1261 

Erwin, James R 1283 

Evans, James 1301 

Eddy, John 1358 

Elies, William H 1390 

Egan, James W 1513 

Edwards, George 1628 

Ellis, Nicholas 1648 

Edward, Orville 1766 

Eberlie. George 1841 

Eaton, William H 1996 

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Reg No. 

Eichler, Adolph 2122 

Eleguest, Alfred ' 2212 

Eisel, August 2344 

Eastman, George 2354 

Estel, John 2422 

Edwards, James 2445 

Ewing, George 2499 

Errickson, Daniel 2501 

Ellis, Alexander . 2508 

Eagan, John 2548 

Eckardt, Herman 2574 

Egenolf. George 2605 

Eagan, Patrick 2633 

Emmel, John E 2697 

Elsworth, Walter 2865 

Edwards, John .2945 

Edson, Edwin S 2949 

Erdman, Charles 2968 

Eckert, Michael 3032 

Eaton, John 3071 

Enright, Patrick 3115 

Evan, John 3274 

Egemann, Moran 35, 00 

Ebner. Kasimer 3565 

Ehrensbergh. Frederick 3597 

Eggert, Ulrich 3674 

Emerich, Andrew. 3719 

Eulner, H enry 3776 

Ennis, Edward 3794 

Eagles, Isaac 3897 

Evans, Lawrence 4001 

Easter, William 4035 

Eglinton, John s . . .4126 

Ellis, David. 4141 

Elgass, Alexander 4257 

Eaton, Charles 4262 

Emmerling, Andrew 4305 

Eidman, George 4351 

Egan, Martin 4355 

Earley, Francis 4372 

Evans, George A 4384 

Engels. William 4418 

Estes, George F 4475 

Elssesser, Peter 4514 

Erskine, John 4551 

Evans, George L 4623 

Evens, Cornelius 4636 

Evans, Charles H 4667 

Eisele, Paul 4764 

Emerson. Alfred 4781 

Eagan, Michael 4837 

Englehardt, John 4844 

Eleer, Sylvan 4876 

Enimel, William 4934 

Evans. John 5005 

Ellermann, Gustav 5020 

Eichels. Jacob 5088 

Esse, Thomas William 5094 

Eckerson, Philip 5124 



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Beg. No. 

Elliott, Edward 5129 

Engelage, Christ 5174 

Ellser, Christian 5204 

Eberlin. George E 5240 

Elirne, John Ignatz 5244 

Edwards, John D 5286 



Faurot, James 26 

Frost'ter, Carl 89 

Fitzsimons, Thomas 92 

Fitzgerald, William 103 

Fisher, Peter 136 

Frolick, Robert 152 

Fleigr. Adolph 210 

Franklin, James 219 

French. James 264 

Frost, James 296 

Fisher. Charles 312 

Frnhling, Richard 319 

Fowler. Charles 358 

Finch, George 360 

Fordham. Augustus D 540 

Fowler, John H 575 

Francisco, William 631 

Fruen. Stephen 634 

Foly, John 650 

Ferris. Martin D 672 

Failing, Walstein A. , 678 

Flood, James H 687 

Feiss, John H 717 

Foster. John H 727 

Finn, David 751 

Ficher, Louis 763 

Freeman, John, 798 

Felter, Franklin 817 

Fisher. Amos 825 

French, John W 852 

Fitzpatrick, John 861 

Flvnn, John J 959 

Fuller, Frank 987 

Frost. James 1016 

Francis. Edward 1023 

Fay, James 1047 

Forster, August 1072 

Farrell, Patrick 1093 

Forrest, James 1152 

Fisher, James ....1176 

Furlong, James 1212 

Force, "Charles 1234 

Flannaley, Patrick 1292 

Fries, Carl 1335 

... Fitzgerald, James 1340 

> * Fagan, John C : 1501 

Finley. Samuel 1556 

Fitzgerald, Hugh 1 580 

Ferron. Jules 1587 

Fairweather. John ... , . . 1622 



Fentro, Antoin 102i; 

Francis, R. Valaly 1631 

Frensil. F. Philip 1666 

Foley, Bartholomew 1681 

Foley, David 1686 

Fournier. Charles 1723 

Freitz, Adolph 1733 

Francis, John 1758 

Fitzgerald, William 1775 

Frank, Charles 1777 

Figary, John T 1804 

Fereney, Patrick 1821 

Francis, Reuben 1868 

Franka, George 1891 

Ford, William 1894 

Friest, John. .- 1895 

Fink, Louis 1968 

Fox, John 2000 

Farley, Charles H 2079 

Farrell, George 2124 

Flemming, James 2183 

Finch, John 2193 

Fruman, Charles 2218 

Folsom, Lewis A 2235 

Farlon, Philip 2253 

Farrell, Edward 2339 

Frei, Leopold 2378 

Fitzgibbon, Patrick 2382 

Ford, James 2402 

Furgerson, James 2486 

Foster, Richard 2513 

Fitzgerald. Patrick 2530 

Foster, William 2564 

Fehr, Jacob 2589 

Foght, Franz 2590 

Forney, John A 2593 

Feger. Frank J 2603 

Franklin, Albert 2610 

Frisman, James 2628 

Fitzgerald, George 2639 

Fisher, Casper 2640 

Fox, James 2641 

Frehl, Carl 2651 

Fralston, James 2680 

Fitzgerald, John 2701 

Ferris, John 2715 

Forbos, William 2716 

Fields, Charles 2722 

Fisher. John 2725 

Feigl, Adalbert 2733 

Fay, Bernard 2734 

Fappert. Charles : . . . 2748 

Finnegan, Michael 2784 

Flaherty, Michael. 2829 

Ijry.. Albert 2846 

Fowllr. William H 2886 

Friel. Hugh 2894 

Fall, Patrick 2899 

Frawk-v. Morris 2985 



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Reg. No. 

Francis, Holmes C 3003 

Fruschel, Joseph 3007 

Fen-ell, Edward 4 . . . 3 1 16 

Foster, Richard Sadlier 3125 

Flannigan, Edward 3140 

Fitzgerald. John 3141 

Fahey, Lawrence 3173 

Fay, John 3174 

Fox, Robert 3221 

Foster, Richard 3223 

Fitzgerald, Richard 3230 

Foard, James 3259 

Froschner, Herman B 3288 

Fitzgerald, Dennis 3302 

Foster, Jacob 3383 

Francois, John 3391 

Frederick, Antoine 3411 

Fisher, David 3424 

Flynn, William 3431 

Foster, Nathan 3469 

Foster, Franklin L 3503 

French. William VV 3523 

Fetterman, Charles 3569 

Freemans, Isaac 3578 

Fitzgibbon, Patrick 3588 

Foster, Henry 3630 

Ferling, John E 3635 

Farrell, John 3663 

Ferris, David 3676 

Ferrell, Timothy 3689 

Fry, Otto 3712 

Fitzgerald, John 3741 

Fkzgerald, Henry 3745 

Fan-oily, James 3752 

Ford, John 3811 

Fleming, Michael 3817 

Fallen. Bernard 3853 

Fitzsimmons, Joseph 3899 

Frazer, John George 3932 

Feldman, Carl 3947 

Frazier, George 4007 

Ferguson, George W 4009 

Foster, George A 4018 

Fitzgerald, Michael 4032 

Fee, James 4037 

Ferguson, George 4060 

Foley, Edward 4074 

Farrelly, James 4195 

Fox, William 4234 

Furness, Washington D 4277 

Fekller. Robert 4301 

Fuchs, Guslav 4383 

Feury, Michael 4385 

Farrell, John 4404 

Fienney, Heinrich 4409 

Fox, Patrick 4488 

Fox, Nicholas 4493 

Farrell, John .4513 

Fischer, William 4537 



Re-g. No. 

Fritz, Andreas 4538 

Fowle, John 4540 

Fox, George H 4559 

Forshast. Benjamin 4571 

Farmer, Thomas 4599 

Farley, John C 4649 

Flynn, Michael. 4650 

Farrell, James 4676 

Fleachman, William 4720 

Fiske, Thomas K 4730 

Froidrich, Henrich J 4739 

Frohnhefer, Anthony 4749 

Ferguson, Arthur 4831 

Pagan, Reuben C 4834 

Frank, William 4891 

Fairler, Joseph 4930 

Forbes, Edgar L 4944 

Pflhrmaun, Charles .' 4954 

Flokrye. Theobald 4955 

Fitzpatrick, Owen 4975 

Fanceitt, John 5012 

Freiss, John 5025 

Freid, Lonis 5028 

Frontier, Charles 5043 

Ford, Charles 5118 

Fullom, Robert 5143 

Fahey. Thomas 5169 

Farrell, Thomas 5178 

Fagan, Charles 5188 

Frank. August 5237 

Fox, Charles F 5254 

Fraube. Ludwig 5255 

Freiderich, Herman C 5256 

Frost, Jacob 5272 

Fischer, Gustav 5287 

Forman, John R 5301 

Fitzgerald, John v. 5314 

Furley, Andrew 5326 

Fulda, Albin 5371 

G 

Glynn, Thomas 31 

Gibbons, Harry A 55 

Gernerd, Franz ,, 65 

Garvin, John 69 

Gray, Patrick 81 

Gobey, John 118 

Gardner. John D 167 

Garde t, Victor 202 

Griffin, James 204 

Grant, James 222 

Ginzardi, Peter 228 

Guyon, William 276 

Gordon, James 283 

Grane, Francis 295 

Gilmore, William 353 

Gray, Frank W 357 

Glllen, Jamos 418 



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Keg. No. 

Griest, Lorenz 451 

Gorman, Michael 461 

Geppert, William 546 

Gersback, Martin 553 

Gibbs, James 554 

Gilmore, Benjamin 573 

Griffin, Oren 584 

Gardner, William 589 

Gold, Michael 601 

Geller, Henry 622 

Greatorex, Francis H 645 

Gentz, Paul 649 

Greene, Ezra A 655 

Granger, James 661 

George, John 679 

Gillespie, Edward 681 

Gregory, E. B 699 

Glynn, John 719 

Gaffney, James, 736 

Glennon, Michael , 770 

Grew, Nelson 795 

Greider, James P 818 

Graham, James 867 

Gehrhard, John 895 

Garnet, Addison 915 

Graham, John H 953 

Garner, McPherson 972 

Goss, Thomas \ 988 

Gratton, Mitchell 1005 

Golden, John 1051 

Glenning, Patrick 1061 

Goss, John 1064 

Grahn, W. Lewis' 1092 

Guerra, John 1116 

Green, Howard 1138 

Griffin. Rollin F 1228 

Gillingham, George 1253 

Groessle, August 1266 

Goeshce. Nicholas 1293 

Glenn, Adam 1322 

Graham, Michael 1375 

Gibney, David 1379 

Gray, Frank 1388 

Green, James Henry 1404 

Gamble, Daniel W 1461 

Gorman, John 1516 

Gross, Henry M 1531 

Geslain, Victor 1546 

Godfrey, Frederick 1550 

Graham. John 1579 

Golden, Cyrus W 1594 

Graham, Charles G 1635 

Guinan, Dennis 1659 

Garvie, George 1687 

Gerdes, Frederick 1746 

Goldsmith. Samuel 1747 

Goodwin. Philip 1781 

Gibson. Henry 1788 

Gordon. John 1794 



Reg. No. 

Graham, David 1800 

Gedney, Edward 1801 

Geraghty, Michael 1806 

Greuling, Johannes 1839 

Goepper, Frederick 1843 

Gardner, Charles 1869 

Griffen, James 1925 

Gerber, Christian 1971 

Gorman, Matthew 1974 

Goodman, Louis H 1992 

Garretty, William 2013 

Cans, Benjamin D 2027 

Geipel, Frederick 2034 

Gallagher, Jeremiah 2048 

Gledtiill, John 2054 

Geary, William 2078 

Goode, Bernard 2103 

Glancey, James 2106 

Goldsmith, Michael 2118 

Gyarkowits, Carl Von 2142 

Gray, John 2161 

Gallagher, John 2168 

Gill, Peter 2174 

Goodwin, Rollin C 2231 

Gustavus, William 2285 

Gerlach, Frederick W 2294 

Gorman, Martin 2318 

Gehrlicher, August 2327 

Garabaldi, Raphael 2345 

Goodman, John 2352 

Gilbert, George S 2393 

Garrich, Henry 2443 

Gallivan, Dennis 2470 

Goldspink, Harry H 2478 

Goldspink, Thomas 2479 

Garber, James P 2491 

Gore, Charles H 2492 

Gardiner, James A 2505 

Gorman, John 2540 

Griffin, Thomas 2626 

Groh, John 2657 

Grahan, John M 2698 

Greeson. Michael 2702 

Gottschiling Fred 2779 

Goode, Charles 2781 

Gillespie, Patrick 2796 

Greene, Thomas 2804 

Garabrant, William 2823 

Gray, Peter 2869 

Gleason, Michael 2872 

Ginty, Patrick 2877 

Garrison, Adolphus D 2910 

Grim, John 2965 

Gleason, John 3029 

Gemmel, David 3077 

Graves, Christie 3078 

Gilligan, Thomas 3085 

Guilfoyle. Patrick J 3095 

Garrett, Richard 3179- 



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Hcg. No 

Gillen, Bernard 3225 

Grovers, Henry 3338 

Grant, Donald 3330 

Gehrling, John D 3342 

Golding, William 3365 

Grant, Andrew J 3389 

Greene, Obediah 3395 

Guntlach, Ernst 3441 

Garraughty. William ' 3474 

Geiss. Charles 3562 

Guy, Samuel 3568 

Golden, George B 3592 

Goulden, Edward ?627 

Glennon. Thomas 3631 

Grabedunkel, Herman 3634 

Gerlach, Conrad H 3C66 

Giser, John 3694 

Canning, Nehemiah, Jr 3695 

Guerin, Matthew 3700 

Grotz, John 3727 

Gleason, Morris 3751 

Griffen, William 3763 

Green, Henry 3773 

Gerard, Martin 3778 

Gleason, John 3785 

Green, George 3826 

Gill, Thomas 3854 

Gray, Alfred 3871 

Gibson. James 3878 

Grogan, William 3881 

Gillett, William '. . . . 3885 

Gering, William 3016 

Graham, Joseph 3044 

Guttenburg, William 3970 

Gendern, Peter Von 3981 

Gilmore. James 4014 

Garland, William 4020 

Gallagher. Andrew 4062 

Gibbs, John 4079 

Gibson, Leri E 4086 

Gay, Charles F 4092 

Gomez (or Comez), Joseph 4127 

Gray, Thomas 4159 

Grant, Raymond 4179 

Gustaverson, John P 4236 

Gibbons. Michael J 4249 

Gately, Michael 4273 

Greeiiwald, Geonre 4278 

Gillman, Frederick 4302 

Graham, William 4343 

Gillmann. Frederick 4364 

Graser, Christian 4365 

Coetting, Henry 4367 

Green, Francis 4389 

Greene, Joseph C 4450 

Gay, John 4470 

Glfford. John F 4483 

Granger, .John 4529 

Giieggis. Ulrich 4534 



Reg. No. 

Greene, Yilleroy 4544 

Gamble, Samuel 4545 

Griffiths. Thomas W 4546 

Gallagher" Thomas 4576 

Gibbons, Frederick 4583 

Graff, John S 4592 

Gray, Alonzo 4601 

Gordon, David 4C02 

Gibbon. Michael 4605 

Gunn, Charles 4617 

Grant, Henry 4660 

Gleason, John.' 4675 

Gill, Peter 4694 

Gates, Henry 4702 

George, Charles 4707 

Gerrighty, John 4715 

Gerrighty (or Gearrithy), Thos.4716 

Gulick, Charles 4732 

Gunther. Charles 4735 

Glatthaar, John 4740 

Goper, Thomas 4770 

Gebhard, Maximillian 4771 

Girvin, John 4830 

Green. John F 4949 

Granville. Thomas 4968 

Guternmth. Otto 5036 

Gay. Jedediah R 5049 

Garretson, Peter S 5084 

Gibbon, John 5093 

Gillespie. Frank 5096 

Gately, Michael 5110 

Grey, James B 5113 

Gurnett, John 5149 

Gaylay, Carlos 5205 

Graham, Louis 5234 

Gardiner, John 5243 

Gersmeyer, J. F 5302 

Gay. John G 5303 

Ge'rth, Charles 5312 

Grimeson, Thomas J 5358 

Goebel, Ludwig 5370 

Gabler, Rudolph 5380 

Gracly, William 5410 

Gilbert, George N 5416 

H 

Holliday, John 17 

Hadicka, Edward 24 

Hiebler. Peter 28 

Harris, George A 29 

Higgins, John 43 

Hibbard, Charles 63 

Henry, Joseph B 66 

Howe, Joseph 68 

Hoefer, Carl Louis. 71 

Hurley, Daniel 74 

Harmeyer, Herman 75 

Horner, John 83 



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Hofener, Clamor 

Hencey, Jotm C 

Hartman, Willium 

Hoff, Fritz 

Humnie- back, Joseph . . . 

Hurly, Michael 

Halloran, Michael 

Hunter, William 

Hart, William 

Hartman, Charles 

Hoey, Martin 

Hab'bard, Thomas 

Harris, Charles E 

Herraty, John 

Hazard", George 

Howard, Ormsby Lowry. 

Horvath, Paul 

Henry, Martin J 

Uofman, Leonhard 

fiill, Thomas \V 

Hammond, Joshua P 

Holconib. James 

Hagan, Patrick 

Howes, John 

Haas, John 

Hartman, Charles 

Hayes, John 

Hoff, Charles 

Hempstalk, Thomas 

Hanson, Silas 

Hammye, George 

Herrick. George 

Hurt, Morttz 

Hermann, Adolph 

'labacker, George 

Harris, W. C 

Harris. George 

Hart, William Henry 

Hoffmer, Charles. . .' 

Harris, Jeremiah 

Hobliouse, John 

Hanlon, Felix 

Hearne, John A 

Howard, Charles H 

Hoey, James 

Hughes, Christopher 

Henkel, Henry 

Hopkins, Alexander 

Hughes, Edward G 

Hartman, Louis 

Howard, John S 

Harrison, Charles L 

Hughes, Thomas 

Handy, Eli 

Hill, John A 

Henry, Thomas 

Hanley, John 

Heather, Washington. . . . 
Hald, Arthur 



Reg. 



No. 
88 
97 
123 
12(3 
134 
145 
151 
190 
190 



23:; 

240 
242 
240 
200 
304 
314 
327 
332 
373 
397 
398 
413 
428 
435 
457 
459 
401 
465 
471 
496 
538 
544 
549 
501 
570 
578 
580 
595 
GOO 
007 
632 
075 
083 
697 
702 
742 
704 
766 
784 
810 
823 
832 
805 
870 
890 
908 
919 
932 
944 



Eeg. No. 

Hudson, Charles 999 

Hironhnus. Charles 1002 

Hughes, Thomas C 1012 

Hughes, James 1022 

H artley, Francis 1025 

Hphle." Ferdinand 1054 

Higgins, Joseph 1085 

Hawkins, Ceasar 1088 

Halm, Charles 1094 

Higgins, Henry 1097 

Hart, Terrence 1101 

Hardie, James S 1105 

Hatlle, John 1132 

Hammer, George 1150 

Hagau, William 1 154 

Herold, Nicholas ... 1150 

Henderson, James 1162 

Hazard. Richard B 1185 

Hammond, Thomas 1193 

Henneberg, Louis 1224 

Harvey, Andrew 1 231 

Hall, George 1256 

Huhn, Adam 1263 

Hubbs, Henry 1208 

Herman, Henry 1295 

Harley, Edward 1302 

Hubbard, James 1310 

Hoben, John 1328 

Hastings, Patrick 1350 

Hawkins. James 1353 

Holloway, 1355 

Hart, Michael 1405 

Howard, Charles 1400 

Hulett, William H 1411 

Herder, Henry A 1417 

Heux, Henry 1451 

Havey, Patrick 1458 

Hilton, John 1481 

Hysler, John 1484 

Holmes. Thomas 1486 

Hamilton, Eobert 1492 

Haddock, George G 1519 

Henderson, William H 1522 

Hille, Edward 1534 

Helluck, VV. Frederick 1568 

Hart, Theodore 1584 

Holman, George 1585 

Heaney, J ohn 1599 

Hackett, William 1616 

Hill, John 1620 

Haly, Thomas 1639' 

Hogan. George 1067 

Howard, Alfred J. 1678 

Hartman, Louis 1080 

Henshel, Esher 1082 

Hornbyck, Henry B 1707 

Hardeman, Thomas 1740 

Horricks, John 1738 

Hickey, John 1782 



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. Reg. No. 

Hill, Charles R 1784 

Halloran. William 1803 

Hanser, Ferdinand 1810 

Hines, William 1814 

Ucinstreet, E. B 1819 

Hogan, John 1820 

Heider, Robert 1849 

Holt. Job 1853 

Ilinos, James 1861 

Hays, James 18o3 

Harrison, John 1864 

Hessling, Rudolph 1865 

Hurdle, Joseph 1872 

Hubard, Clark W 1874 

Hicks. Thomas 1875 

Healey, Patrick 1927 

Hackett, James 1928 

Hogetts, George 1934 

Heller, William 1942 

Hoyt, John 1947 

Hall, John 1952 

Heavey. Doininick 19GO 

Hennessey, Michael 1970 

Harford, George J 1984 

Hart, William 2006 

Horn, Andrew '2015 

Holster, Edward 2017 

Harshaf t, L. J 2020 

Hall, Timothy 2038 

Havnell, Owen 2042 

Hopkins, Lloyd 2047 

Hedermos, Daniel 2063 

Haley, Jol\n , 2076 

Hart, Luther 2100 

Herson, Charles 2102 

Hunt, William 2132 

Howes, Zalmon 2135 

H usted, Nathaniel S 2163 

Hogg, James 2198 

Hooian, Patrick 2201 

Hesselman , Vigo 2211 

Hesselman, Beiiaix 2221 

Hill, James 2241 

Howard, diaries (colored) 2242 

Hogan, James 2258 

Howard. William 2271 

Huskamp, Henry 2273 

IJannon, Doniinick 2315 

Hancock, Jesse M 2319 

Hollester, Huberfc ,. 2332 

llunnough, William. . .'. 2337 

Huber, David 2350 

Harmon, Samuel M 2371 

Heidenrich, Richard 2373 

Hoey, Thomas 2375 

Hafelcr, John 2383 

Hill, James W. R 2413 

Hopkins, Henry (colored) 2414 

Herman, John 2423 



Reg. No. 

Hunter, George R. . . '. 2424 

Heenan, Hugh 2425 

Hiue, Charles 2455 

Harper, George M 2459 

Hanson, Herman 2460 

Hays, James F ' 2462 

Harris, William H 2482 

Henderson, John 2488 

Holland, Thomas 2529 

Heffran, Patrick 2552 

Hayes, Patrick 2553 

Haley, John .2554 

Hard man, Theo 2569 

llowland, Jeremiah 2577 

Hartman, Ernest 2614 

Hood, Henry H . . . , 2618 

Horrall, William 2629 

Hernandez, Antonie 2636 

Healey, John 2647 

Heitz, Frederick 2654 

Hawkins, William 2689 

Hubacher, Adolphus 2695 

Hader, Frank 2703 

Horton, Andrew 2704 

Hope, John 7 270G 

Hartway, August 2731 

Harpester, William 2740 

Hearing, Reinhald 2755 

Human, Charles 2798 

Hasty, Charles 2799 

Hyland, William 2809 

Howard, Thomas 2815 

Hamilton, Thomas 2325 

Hand, Joseph 2833 

Holly, Charles. 2834 

Harris, James P : 2835 

Heilbrnn, Edwin G 2831) 

Hess, David 2844 

Homeyer, Charles 2868 

Harrington, William 2875 

Hull, George 28^0 

Hart, Eiurene 2892 

Hendricks, Fred _ . .2916 

Hart, William 2031 

Killer, Edward 2933 

Her/ig, Peter 2947 

Hogau, Patrick 11 2951 

Harrington, Richard 2975 

Hoi well, James A 2978 

Hamilton, Samuel 2996 

Heath, Edward 3018 

Howe, Patrick 3034 

Hertzsck, C. E 3058 

Hoffman, Charles 3069 

Henry, William 3080 

Hasbrouck. James 3096 

Hoffman, William 3131 

Holmes, James 3U7 

Halloran, Richard 31GO 



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Re,?. No. 

Helshauser, John 3162 

Ilari-i.-. Thomas IJ 3169 

Howard. Samuel 3182 

Hull, vvilliam X 318!) 

Heineman Antlers 3212 

llotfa, Christian 3218 

i I oilman. George 3215 

Mierling, Edward 3264 

fleldelserg, Henry 3273 

llyler, Joseph 3297 

-Hiagins, John 3317 

Holland, Patrick 3321 

Hynes, Patrick . 3>24 

Horn, John 3345 

Hallenbeck, John F 3346 

Hopper. John C 3359 

Heck, Nicholas 3364 

Hague, Thomas 3369 

Hannon, John 3377 

Hanyan, Samuel H 3381 

Hand, George 3392 

Hathaway, Leonard. 3399 

Hood, William H 3401 

Hurley, Joseph T 3428 

Hackett, Thoma%J 3454 

Hubbell. George L 3487 

Horl, Edward 3507 

Heizman, John 3528 

Harrall, Henry H 3532 

Harmon, William H 3534 

Hasbrouck, Eli 3575 

Henderson, John 359 1 

Heirns, Frank 3638 

Hall, Moses W 3685 

Horn, John D 369(5 

Hager, Frederick 3699 

Hulett, Frederick 3711 

Hester, Charles 3725 

Holclen, John 3735 

Hoaly, Joseph H 3736 

Higgius, John 3737 

Hill'. James 3742 

Hennessey, Michael 3746 

Hiller, Charles 3779 

Horn, Matthew A 3795 

Horle, Conrad 3800 

Henry, Michael 3820 

Howard, Frank 3823 

Holling, John 3830 

Hughes, Michael 3841 

Harden Charles 3870 

Hunter, William H 3873 

Harlev, William P 3907 

Howard, Thomas W 3919 

Hanson, Christian 3938 

Hickey, John 3952 

Hughes, James 4015 

Haggerty, Michael 4027 

Hubbell, Mark 4030 



He*. Xo. 

Hurd, John 4034 

Hertwig. Edward . . .4041 

Heyer, William .4049 

Henry, Michael 4065 

Herman, Leopold 40G9 

Hourant, Samuel 4077 

Harkins, William 403i 

Heiser, Conrad 4090 

Hughes, Frank 4100 

Harden, William 4101 

Hamilton, William A 4104 

Hursch, Henry 4112 

Haggen, John 4125 

Hays, Charles 4151 

Hentschel, August 4165 

Hasselbrouck,"Arend 4170 

Hoefner, Christian H 4194 

Haake, Henry 4200 

Helmstedt, Conrad H 4223 

Hayes, Charles 4232 

Hardy, Thomas D 4238 

Harris, John H 4245 

Hand, Patrick 4253 

Hobby, Joseph L 42G4 

Healey. William 4266 

Hill. George B 4274 

Henry, John 4281 

Hoffman, Charles 4282 

Havermann, George 4288 

Hughes, William 4307 

Hogan, Joseph 4311 

Hu'ih, Christian * 4348 

Harvey, William 4379 

Hudson, Henry 4380 

Harger. Henry A 4397 

Healy, John 4403 

Herone, Cornelius J 4430 

Hogan, William 4431 

Hoiieid, Heinrich 4441 

Hess, Julius 4449 

Huhler, Jacob 4485 

Hand, Peter .4489 

Hancock, John 4487 

Henshaw, Charles 4500 

Hilrners, Joseph 4501 

Hamer, Daniel 4504 

Houghton. William 4516 

Hunnerkopf, John 4524 

Heariey, Michael 4535 

Home, Jaihes." 4549 

Haskins, David 4550 

Hamilton, James H 45(50 

Hess. Frederick 4586 

Hockney, John 4G19 

Harrison, Vincent 4626 

Heiderich. Conrad 4656 

Hacket, Michael F 4664 

Haight, Walter T 4673 

Harrington, John 4690 



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Reg. No. 

Hardnian, William II 4711 

Hayes, John 4748 

Hastings, Gornelieus 4787 

Hirsch. Joseph 4792 

Hoy, Franklin 4796 

Hogan, John 4804 

Haberman, Julius H 4806 

Hartley, John 4825 

Hogan, John 4849 

Hcarn, John 4854 

Healey. Henry 4863 

Herf, Marcus 4881 

Hungari. Anton 4882 

Hatch. William 4897 

Huddleston, William 4920 

Hensee, Bernard 4953 

Healey. Frank 4961 

Hogan, Michael 4977 

Hutching. Charles F 4986 

Howard, Thomas 4988 

Horn, Thomas 5001 

Howard, Samuel 5003 

Horton, William. .-. 5015 

Hutchison, James 5017 

Hunter, Samuel 5065 

Hockstein. Peter 5076 

Hyler, William H 5083 

Hilyer, Henry 5085 

Hexter, Meyer 5087 

Hansen , Tlieodore 5102 

Huber, Joseph 5127 

Huston, James 5153 

Henaghan, James 5159 

Hugo, Victor 5162 

Harvey, James 51G4 

Heatoii, John W 5168 

Hayslip, George 5170 

Haight, Georae 5173 

Harris, Charles E 5181 

Hildenbrand, Basil 5211 

Hinchy. Patrick 5239 

Humphreys, William H 5260 

Hauser, George 5275 

Hardy, James 5283 

Hern'iiig, John Sidney 5289 

Hefferin, .lames 5328 

Howard, Richard 5344 

Helyerd, Philip 5360 

Herlein, Martin 5377 

Haley, Frank 5381 

Harrington, James 5382 

Horton, Jewett 5424 



Ingall. James A. ]76 

like, Andreas 453 



Reg. No. 

Ignatius, Francis 703 

Irish, Chauncey B 1278 

Irving, Charles 1825 

Irisch, John 2585 

Inglis. Peter 3394 

Im.iof, Bernhardt 3504 

Irish, George F . 4423 

Isclin, Solomon 4584 

Insko, John.. . 4766 

Irish, Michael 5216 



Johnston, John R 32 

Jennings, Thomas 78 

Johnson. Henry 94 

Jones, William J 100 

Johnson, William 131 

Jones, James 227 

Jones, William 229 

Johnson, Frederick 253 

Jones, William 262 

Johnson, Charles 281 

Jackson, John 298 

Jones, David 372 

John, Wilhelm 387 

Johnson, Edward 425 

Jackson, Frederick 563 

John, William P 656 

Jackson, Henry 666 

Jenkins, Joel M 755 

Jones, Walter 772 

Jones, William 909 

Johnson, William 930 

Joyce, John 935 

Jones, David 995 

Johnson, Daniel 1028 

Johnson, Thomas 1033 

Johnson, Frederick 1044 

Johnston, John 1066 

Jensen, Iver 1142 

Johnson, George 1195 

Jessel, Nathaniel 1202 

Johnson, Charles 1251 

Jackson, Charles F ) 222 

Johns, Charles 1235 

Jearnin, John 1241 

Johnson, Abraham 127? 

Jaeger, Jacob 1314 

Jordon, Patrick 1336 

Jones, Samuel . 1342 

Jenkins, Robert 1344 

Jones, George 1357 

Johnston, Gilbert A 1403 

Johnson, William 1410 

Johnson, James Francis 1421 

Johnson, Horace 1425 

Jones, Richard 1445 



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Ktg. No. 

Johnston, Thomas 1493 

Johns. S. David 1510 

Jordon. Charles 1566 

Tones, James 1583 

Jackson, John 1593 

Jackson. Charles 1615 

Johnston, John G 1633 

Jordan, John ... .16r8 

Johnson, Charles E '.1689 

Johnson, William J 1712 

Jones. Robert 1744 

Johnston, Dennis 1760 

Johnson, John 1870 

Jackson, William 1876 

Jackson, Charles 1884 

Johnson, Charles M 1993 

Jones, Nathan 2022 

Judge, Francis W 2081 

Jackson, Charles 2144 

Jones, Emerson '22 13 

Joyce, Thomas 2454 

Jenkins, David 2489 

Jame, William F 2601 

Jenkins, Eobert 2604 

Johnson, Edward 2687 

Jeffers, Edward 2736 

Jaeger, Mathias 2759 

Jackson, Eobert 2783 

Jackson, John 2787 

Johnson, Charles 2871 

James, John 2873 

Jones, John 2884 

Jirgensen. Herman C. 2982 

Jones, John 2994 

Jordon, William 2997 

Jennings, James SOOl 

Jones, lloland r 3039 

Jerome, John H 3040 

Judge, Michael 3043 

Johnson, George 3045 

Jones, Manuel ." . . , 3097 

Javrett, Thomas X 3101 

Johnson, Charles 3158 

Judd, William 3207 

Jones, Edward 3250 

Johnson, James 3309 

Johnson, William 3351 

Jacques, Kohner 3373 

Jones. William 3390 

Jcwett, Marcus D 3407 

Jennys. A. F 3443 

Jaige'r, William 3445 

Jackson, William A. 3511 

Johnson. William 3542 

Jacobs, Adolph 3552 

Jackson, Mar; in T 3590 

Jauchson, Max Von 3616 

Johnson. John 3622 

Jenny, William 3772 



Keg. No. 

Johnson, Albert 3874 

Jahn, Carl 3994 

Joyce, Charles E 4080 

Jackson, John B 4082 

Jochenisen, Fritz 4105 

Jerome, Leonard W 4259 

Jackson, David T 4279 

Jager, Christian 4344 

Johnston, Andrew M 4387 

Jahn, Daniel 4448 

Janaschak. Joseph 4451 

Jefl'erson, George 4401 

Johannesman, John 447 1 

Jones, Frederick 4578 

Jones, George ... -i <;_'"> 

Jones, James !'''.*; 

Jones. John -ii;i>" 

Johnson, William 47:i4 

Jurgensen, Charles 4742 

Jackson. John M 4803 

Jackel, Oscar 5002 

Johnston, Samuel H 5050 

Jacob, Ferdinand 5131 

Jackson, Samuel 5201 



Kipp, JohnH 2 

Koellner, William F 3 

Kirk, Michael 10 

Kelly, Charles 14 

Kingsley, William 41 

Kieuser, Lewis 54 

Klemm, John GO 

Krouse. Charles F 114 

Knight, William 128 

Keriedy, James 137 

Kelt. Thomas H 172 

Kahn, Oscar 182 

Krathame, F 190 

Kelly, James 282 

Kelly, Patrick 292 

Kelly, John 352 

Kimball, Daniel W 361 

Koehler, William 368 

Kimball, William 408 

Knox, Thomas 438 

Kinney, Ernest L 444 

Klayda, Henry 467 

Kelly, John 469 

Kimmett, Thomas 502 

Klass, John 509 

Klockmann, Christian 533 

Kimm, John G 555 

Kranse, William 562 

Kennedy, John 574 

Kranish, Jacob 611 

Kaker, Ludwig 715 



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Reg. No. 

Kiney. Aclarn 74G 

Kniiick. Patrick 747 

Kelly, Michael 765 

Keller, John 819 

Klinerfc, John 868 

Korte, George 887 

Keleher, James 920 

King, James M 926 

Knowles. Charles A 1010 

Kennedy, John 1024 

King, Patrick lOti'J 

K/ruger, Frederick W 1073 

Kelly, John H 1109 

Kstr'om, Frederick 1110 

Keenan, George D 1113 

Kite, William H 1119 

Krebs, Hubert 1135 

Kissler. George 1137 

Kelly, John 1165 

Kane, Edward 1171 

Kane, John 1230 

Kissner, Jacob 1238 

Keegan, John 1244 

Kane, Patrick 1245 

Kane, James 1258 

Kaiser. Edward 1272 

Kemp, Clark 1286 

Kearnan, Thomas 1294 

Kelly. William M 1319 

Kleaher, Owen 1320 

Kamirens. Alfred 1331 

Kirker. William 1343 

Kline. William 1435 

Kelly; William 1437 

Kelly, Michael 1443 

Kelly, John 1464 

Kelly. liichard 1485 

KHZ! William 1549 

Kelly, Charles F 1569 

Kleihe. John 1578 

Kelly, John 1586 

Korner. Henry 1GU) 

Kelly, Henry 1617 

Kelly, Patrick 1030 

Kelly, Michael 1637 

Kruttle, Louis 1647 

Kelly, John 1649 

Kimball, James .1652 

Kehr, Louis 16G9 

Kemm, William 1711 

Krammer, (jeorge 1743 

Kelly, Marcus W 1852 

King, Patrick 1856 

Kelly, James 1866 

Keis'er, Albert 1901 

King, John 1926 

King, John 1929 

Kenney, William 1933 

Kane, Peter 1938 



Eeg. No. 

Kinzel, Louis 1958 

Kelly, John ,.1959 

Keleher, Jeremiah 1997 

Kelly, William 2002 

Kelly, John .2010 

Kennedy, James 2028 

Kenna, James 2071 

Kelly, John W 2074 

Kuluman, John 2114 

Konneck, Emil 2115 

Kelly, William 2116 

Kennedy, Joseph 2121 

Kranert, William 2128 

Kol.ver, John M 2129 

Koliler. Henry 2146 

Kindl, John 2178 

Kenedy. John 2233 

Knapp, Peter 2323 

Kinnier, Robert 2325 

Koch, Christian 2338 

Kilhan, Patrick 2397 

Kellenger, August 2401 

Kinney, John 2426 

Kloepping, Frederick 2427 

King, Thomas. 2435 

Keough, Edward 2442 

Karges, Charles 2475 

Kelly, James 2511 

Kinney. Thomas 2556 

Kennedy, Edward 2567 

Kenney, Michael 2632 

Koopm'anschap, Cornelius 2649 

King, Charles 2685 

Kidd. John 2690 

Knight, \\ illiam 2699 

Kalie. Charles F 2723 

Kenny, Patrick 2772 

'Krauss. Frank 2794 

Kay. Frederick 2850 

Kelly, James 2858 

Keough, William 2860 

Kroner, Frederick 2890 

Kerwin, Michael 2904 

Keppy, Frederick 2952 

Kelly, Peter 2901 

Knapp. Andrew B 2973 

Kennedy, John 2986 

Krebs, Anthony 3008 

Kirby, John 3030 

Kemp, H enry 3035 

King, Lemuel B 3044 

Kruse, John 3057 

Kennedy. Jesse 3084 

Kilmer, William 3102 

Kinneen, James 3113 

Kavanaugh, Patrick 3153 

Knapp, Edward A 315G 

Kelly. Thomas 3184 

Kienan, Peter 3199 



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940 



Reg. No. 

Kihbee, Lewis A 3246 

Kilpatrick, Isaac B 3282 

K corner, Philip 3285 

Kennedy, John 3305 

Kelly, Francis 3361 

Kiernek, Louis 3396 

Key, John 3406 

Kane, Joseph 3416 

Kane, William 3448 

Kernan. John F 3450 

Koch, Henry 3482 

King, Nathan 3524 

Konvin, John 3598 

Kropaz, John 3604 

Kopler, Joseph 3609 

Koing, Conrad 3629 

Kipp, David 3639 

Kipp, James 3641 

Kiernan, Michael 3647 

Kerr, Hugh , . .3672 

Kendel, Jacob 3701 

Kingston, Charles 3715 

Kent, Stephen 3716 

Knhrasch, August 3730 

Kelly, Thomas 3822 

Kenney, Dennis 3840 

Kane, Lawrence 3891 

Kline, George 3910 

Kellar, William 3927 

Kramer, William 3985 

King. James (colored) 4006 

Kee'ley, William J .4010 

Kiernan. James '. . .4015 

Keller, Philip 4036 

Kephart, William 4046 

Kiclder. George L 4052 

Kelly, Robert 4099 

Knight, Augustus F 4169 

Kineallv, Patrick 4206 

Kork, Richard 4247 

Knoll, Gottleib 4256 

Kelly, James 4263 

King, James 4271 

Kotiler, Fred. C 4283 

Keller, Wallace 4289 

Kohler, George W 4315 

Kannalley, Thomas 4323 

Kelly, John 4334 

Klitr. George 4338 

Koeliler, John 4345 

Kehan, James S 4350 

Kopf, Frederick 4366 

Kurbuck, George 4402 

Kelly, Michael 4419 

Keily, Dennis 4433 

Keeling, John A 4442 

Kohlhass. Frederick 4479 

Kehl, Bernhard 4527 

Kuecheren, John 4528 



Keg. No. 

Kilgour, Charles 4557 

Keane, Terrence 4565 

Kolbeck. Charles 4607 

Kucherer, Henry 4661 

Kunne, Franz 4666 

Kelly, Charles 4695 

Kenney, Charles 4703 

Kumerle, Jacob 4717 

Klinn, John 4726 

Koschl, Wenzel, 47C7 

Kalahan, David 4772 

Kenned y, Patrick 4777 

Klingman, John 4794 

Kane, William 4801 

Kelly, Barney 4802 

Kerf, George 4862 

Kraus, Ernst 4883 

Keiser, Charles 4892 

Keene, John 4895 

Kelly, Thomas 4915 

Kelly, Patrick 4935 

Keller, Wolfgang 4947 

Kingsburgh. Christian 4962 

Kelly, James J 4964 

Kelly, William 4971 

Kilfoy, Patrick 4996 

Kaus, Louis 5030 

Knox, James . .5033 

Kaercher, Adam 5040 

Kelieher, John -. 5101 

Kaven, Henry 5103 

Keiler, Henry 5134 

Koleman, John 5152 

Kellner, Anthony 5151 

Keogh, Henry 5189 

Keehan. Jeremiah 5193 

Kretchner, Ernest 5198 

Koretchman, Gustavus 5209 

Kelly, John 5210 

Kelly, Thomas 5227 

Korner, Konstantin 5268 

Kinch, William H 5273 

Katha, Christ 5311 

Kene, James 5322 

Kehoe. Henry 5327 

Kelly, William 5337 

Kennedy, John 5355 

Kelly, Malachi 5359 

Kelly. William 5361 

Keenan, Thomas 53S9 

King, John 5392 



Lynch, Robert. 13 

Lubin, Leon 51 

Lyons, Thomas 57 

Lantz, Joseph 73 

Laughlin, Daniel 85 



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Beg. No. 

Lowry. Harvy 143 

Loitz. Lorens 146 

Lee, William 153 

Leclere, Gustave 177 

Livingston, George Le Eoy 181 

Lebfeldt, Ernest 221 

Lamount, Edward 237 

Leroux, Ccesar 249 

Lindsay, John 257 

Lime, Abramo 277 

Lillenger, Charles 305 

Lynch. Patrick 313 

Leon, Walter 344 

Lament, Albert 345 

Loftus, Thomas 354 

Leclwich, Peter , 377 

Lewis, Thomas 381 

Larochefoucault, Charles G 448 

Lee, Charles 472 

Laforge. Bernard 484 

Ladenski, Max 521 

Luhrs, Henry 522 

Lindner, Frederick 527 

Lynch, Michael 534 

Lane, Daniel 597 

Leslie, William J 609 

Lambotteau, Samuel 647 

Lee. James 667 

Lark, Joseph 680 

List, John 688 

Lyno, Thomas 728 

Lenkermann, Louis 743 

Lewis, William H., Jr 745 

Le Grand, Joseph 754 

Lange, Frederick : 782 

Larner, John 802 

Lynch, James 809 

Lathrop, Frank 811 

Lang, John 827 

Loughlin, Joseph E 831 

Latta. Emmett G 843 

Lovett, Benjamin 845 

Larkin, Michael 886 

Lacy, John 892 

Loeb, Abraham 985 

Low, John F 989 

Lamb, George 990 

Lundy, Francis 1080 

Lauteren. George 1083 

Laydon, Thomas 1102 

Lyons, Joseph 1115 

Lehmann, Thomas 1128 

Lafarge, Isaac 1219 

Lichtenwald, Michael 1236 

Leonard, Terence 1262 

Lear, Charles , 1 279 

Landler, Henry 1300 

Lynch, James 1373 

Laughlen, John J 1371 



Reg. No. 

Laurence, John 1376 

Liehler, Jacob -. 1398 

Lovejoy, John W 1426 

Lataine, Michael 1428 

Lee, William 1462 

Lavelle, Francis 1488 

Leery, Peter 1491 

Lowrey, Oliver H 1525 

Luver, Henry 1544 

Landener, Christian 1565 

Leverton, James W 1600 

Lacey, John 1636 

Loft, Hans 1683 

Lanibrecht, George A 1684 

Lorough, Robert J 1786 

Ledurre, Arthur 1793 

Langmeyer, Gregory 1850 

Langdon, John 1887 

Lynn, William 1893 

Lewis, James B 1898 

Longhead, Semon 2031 

Lehr, John 2043 

Lines, Harvey 2044 

Leny, John 2050 

Lambert, Frank J 2061 

Langton, Thomas 2082 

Lina, Ralph 2094 

Lamb, Michael 2127 

Lohr, Andrew 2138 

Lackey, James 2150 

Lloyd, Edward R 2154 

Livingston, Mortimer 2171 

Levering, Joseph 2177 

Leary, Jeremiah 2187 

Lagger, Louis 2190 

Long, James 2196 

Lang, Leo 2214 

Leonard, William 2353 

Larkin, John 2259 

Lowe, Thomas 2277 

Lindeberg, John 2237 

Lyons, Michael 2386 

Laun, Robert 2394 

Laboisiere, Paul 2409 

Lee, Arthur 2441 

Littel, John S 2453 

Luce, Isaac, N 2484 

Lewis, Hugh 2500 

Langgins, William. 2550 

Lynch, Patrick 2563 

Laurent. Louis 2650 

Lewis, Henry 2674 

Laforge, Fred 2677 

Linehan, John 2708 

Le Belle, Francis 2728 

Lewis, Thomas 2729 

Lohman, Albert .2760 

Limmer, George 2761 

Lundgrew, Fred 2767 



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Res;. No. 

Loinglois, Francis 2788 

Lang, Peter 2851 

Liasay, John 2934 

Lyons, John 2936 

Laurent, Julian 2991 

Locke, George 2999 

Loftus, Patrick 3015 

Leech, Edward 3083 

Lowe, James 3127 

Launders, James 3134 

Love, Charles E 3137 

Long, William H 3101 

Luddington, Henry II 3208 

Lloyd, John C. . .-.'. 3222 

Lcary, Eugene 3310 

Le Gouer, Emil 3316 

Lowen, Charles 3319 

Logan, Martin 3376 

Lewis, David N 3384 

Lenan, Michael .3414 

Look, Socrates 3440 

Lowe, Edmund E 3464 

Langan. James C 3509 

Lapoint, Benjamin 3515 

Lie'n, George 3540 

Lif, Peter 3615 

Losee, James 3662 

Lorrison, Peter 3678 

Lowe, Joseph M 3680 

Lcski, Whadislas 3702 

Ludwig, John 3724 

Link, Jacob 3758 

Lyons, William 3836 

L'ehler, Henry 3842 

Loughron, James 3921 

Lapferre, Havier 3948 

Lucas, George 3968 

Leder, John 3988 

Lewis, Milo 4023 

Lyons, James 4064 

Liiz, John . . .4067 

Leahy, William 4163 

Livingston, F. Van Buskirk. . .4202 

Lauriat, Edward 4208 

Loonies, George 4272 

Lewis, Henry ! 4280 

Lawrence, Henry 4290 

Lambertson, Jeremiah 4304 

Lynop, Michael P 4356 

Lovejoy, Wellington H 4378 

Leonard, James 4429 

Lejume. Joseph 4477 

Lalor, James 4519 

Leavitt, Charles 4562' 

Lang, Hermann 4563 

Lutz, Christian 4585 

Leonard, John 4587 

Lynch, Patrick 4678 

Lake, Laban B 4682 



Reg. No. 

Lake, Martin Van Buren 4683 

Lyons, John 4700 

Lyon, John J 4701 

Lymbacher, John P 4713 

Lester, Alfred 4724 

Lutters, Ernest 4770 

Lowe, William 4800 

Lee, James (colored) 4894 

Legirett, James 4911 

Leonhard, G 4933 

Lock wood, James 4942 

Lewcllyn, John 4972 

Lloyd, "William 5008 

Leriler, Thomas 5038 

Lenler, William 5039 

Lappin, John 5060 

Limont, Thomas 5074 

Lush, John J 5082 

Long. Hiram .5098 

Lewis, George W 5133 

Loomis, Oliver S 51GO 

Love, William 5187 

Lee, Dennis 5221 

Leonard, Robert 5222 

Lockwood, Jacob 5223 

Lestrange, Martin 5232 

Lanihan, Daniel 5233 

Lineehan, Dennis 5235 

Lang, John C 5257 

Lasak, T. W 5265 

Lorenberg, Lewis 5269 

Leonhard, Frederick 5300 

Leonhard, Michael 5342 

Lichfleld, Horatio L 5367 

Leary, Timothy 5383 

Lawrence, Robert 5386 

Lahcy, Morris 5415 



M 

Morton, Simcoe 1 

Malloy. John 11 

McGee, Thomas 12 

McDermott, Thomas 15 

McCarthy, William 23 

Miller, Anthony 27 

Marshall, Joseph 33 

Mo wray, Joseph T 36 

Merten, Ernst 33 

Montgomery, J. S 39 

McKenna, Michael 56 

Minger. Peter 59 

Miller, Charles 79 

McCoy, John 99 

Median, Frederick William ... 101 

Morgan, Daniel 102 

Mackey, Lawrence 110 

McGlone, John 113 



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Reg. No. 

McClung, James 115 

Matz, John 130 

McKey, William 169- 

Murpl'iy, Patrick 178 

Minton. John 183 

Meyer, John 215 

Mullen, Patrick 217 

Muller, John 238 

Moohririff, John C '... . . 239 

Martin, Philip 244 

Mackin, Michael 245 

McCourt, John 263 

McGronau, James 267 

Martin, Andrew 273 

Willen, Charles 279 

Muller, Herman 302 

McLean, George 303 

Maxwell, John 306 

Moore, Patrick 308 

Martines, Joseph 309 

Miller, Celeste 322 

McClean, John 336 

Murray, Francis 341 

Murray, George 375 

Matties. John 379 

Matthews, William 382 

Moore. Jeremiah 386 

Miles, Thomas 393 

McLaughlin, John 401 

McDonald, John 42;'. 

Monaghan, John 427 

Meeks, Stephen N 430 

Meier. George 437 

McDonald, John 4J30 

Miller, Charles 454 

Martin, Wesley 462 

Moore, John 470 

McCarthy, Thomas 492 

Mc.Kee. James 498 

McLachlun, Peter 505 

Murray, John 511 

Myer, John W 526 

McCarthy, Jeremiah 528 

McThomas, John 531 

Marshall, George 532 

Moore, William H 539 

Morgan, Charles 542 

McCann, James 566 

Murray, Thomas 579 

Mitchell, Eobert 583 

McCracken. James 587 

Miller, George 592 

Mack, John 599 

McMahon. Patrick 602 

McBride, Barney 610 

McCrelght, Robert 613 

Martin, John 61(5 

Murphy, Anthony 627 

McSorl'ey, Charles 640 



Reg. No. 

Morris, John 641 

McNorton, James 646 

Mealey, John I. N 663 

Madden, Patrick 665 

Miller, George 685 

Miller, Isaac 698 

Mullen, Charles J 705 

McQuirk, William 707 

McGready, Thomas 709 

Michaels, James 726 

Mack, Thomas 731 

Mahon. James 733 

Minis, Carl 734 

Marden. Edward 737 

Meyer, Louis 750 

Merrill, Stephen A 768 

Murphy, Michael 773 

Maier, Henry 778 

McConnell, James 779 

Meyer, Johann. 787 

Moran, Thomas 788 

McCornskey. Terrence 789 

Merritt, Samuel P 79G 

Marie, George F 799 

McDonald. John 801 

Morisey, William 803 

McGill, James 805 

Muller, Julius : 807 

McAdams, James 808 

McGuire, Cornelius 816 

Mitchell, Paul 833 

Meenan. Charles 835 

McCoy, John 838 

Masten, Walter 849 

Mulligan. Owen 851 

Mulliii.s. Bernard 866 

Mosly, Jared W 876 

Marti re, James T 879 

McCaffey, Francis 889 

McCarthy, James 891 

Mack, Joseph 898 

Mornement, Mark D. 901 

Mann, Edward A 918 

Murphy. Matthew 923 

McQua'de, Michael 939 

McAndrew, Richard B 940 

Morris, William 945 

Mangau, John 957 

McNally, Christopher 963 

Muller, John 965 

Murphy, Thomas 96G 

McLaughlin, Thomas 976 

Murphy, Charles 977 

Maisch, Leopold 982 

McEnwe, William 992 

Marten, Neils 996 

McGraw, Dennis 998 

Matthews, Anthony 1007 

Murray, John 1018 



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McCormick, James 1030 

Mills, John 1040 

McCormack, Peter 1046 

Mort. James 1070 

McGuire. James 107G 

Miles, William 1096 

Mayer, Francis 1117 

Moore, John 1121 

McDerniott, Francis 1124 

McEllitt, Larry 1133 

McGraw. Philip 11.34 

McCormick, James 1136 

Monaghan, Charles 1147 

McCue. John 1148 

Myers. James 1151 

McCarthy. Patrick 1168 

McLean. William 1170 

McDonald, Thomas 1183 

Moran, John 1189 

McDonald, Mathias 1194 

McNarnara, George G 1197 

Mitchell, Fairlie 1198 

Machell, Thomas 1208 

Murray, John 1210 

Manning, John 1211 

Moore, William S 1214 

McClennen, William 1220 

Miller, Edmund 1243 

Marks, Jonas 1274 

Middleton. Rufus W 1275 

McGnire, Frank 1280 

McKnight, James 1284 

McGinnis, Charles Edward 1315 

Mills. Stephen 1318 

Murdock. Alexander 1321 

Murphy, James 1327 

Mackin, John 1329 

Mullen, Conrad 1333 

Maher, Henry 1341 

Murphy, Derin-is 1367 

Maresca, Joseph 1381 

McGee, Thomas 1383 

Morrison, Charles H 1386 

McKenzie, John M 1391 

Mulholland, Michael 1396 

McFarland, James 1399 

Mix. Georsre 1419 

HcDonald, James 1429 

McGuire, John 1432 

McCorkel, Andrew 1438 

McBugh, Francis 1445 

McCabe, Patrick 1446 

Mason, John 1452 

McCuen, Parker 1453 

McPike, Hugh 1459 

McDermotr, Charles 1472 

McCarthy, James 1475 

Moesner, Henry 1477 

McDowell, James H 1479 



Beg. No. 

Miller, William II 1480 

Miller, Jacob 1497 

Miller. James 1502 

"Mellen. Robert 1504 

Munson, Charles 1514 

McGunness, Christopher 1521 

Murray. John 1 5:!0 

Mara, Timothy 1532 

Mint on. James D 1533 

Maxwell, John 1 .">:!!> 

McDonald, Bartholomew 1551 

Meredith. Adam R 1552 

Murray. Thomas 1555 

Monk, Charles T .' . . . 15(17 

Murphy, Michael 15T7 

McLaughlin, Thomas 1581 

Magill, Samuel 1588 

Martin, Theodore 1589 

McClure, Peter , 1598 

Mosmian, John S 1619 

McCormick, James 1024 

Murphy, John 1638 

Miller, Nicholas 1643 

Monaghan, Thomas A 1654 

McDonough, James .1674 

McGrath, John F. . . 1685 

McCrory, Patrick 1690 

McNear. William 1718 

May. John 1719 

Miller, Jacob 1721 

Miller, James H 1722 

Morris, Charles 1726 

Mara. Patrick 1727 

McNally, William 1732 

Mayall, Edward 1734 

Moioney, Richard 1745 

McDermott, Charles F 1753 

Murphy, John 1754 

Mulloy, John 1765 

McHugh, John 1757 

Moore, James 1767 

Meisenger, George 1768 

McMahon. John 1774 

McGrath, Daniel 1783 

Maynard, George W 1787 

McCoy, Charles 1789 

Murphy, Samuel 1791 

Meehan, John 1817 

Manning, Philip 1830 

Moore, John 1835 

Murray, Patrick 1857 

Murphy, John 1881 

Moore, John 1886 

McGuire, James 1890 

Mahoney, Jeremiah 1904 

Miller, Henry 1923 

McGill, Norman 1924 

Moots, George 1930 

McClatchey, John 1948 



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Mailer, Ferdinand 1950 

Monroe, Allen 1957 

Moran, Edward 1967 

Murray, Thomas 1976 

Montgomery, William 1980 

Moore, Jaques 1986 

Monk, George 1987 

McDougal, John 1990 

McCrea. James 1991 

McGrath, Michael 1994 

McGhil, William 1999 

Miller, Albert 2001 

McKenna. Francis 2004 

Martin, Christopher 2018 

McMahon, Thomas. . '. 2021 

Martin, Paul Baron 2025 

Muller, Gotlieb 2026 

Morris, Joseph 2032 

McCue, Patrick 2037 

Mansfield, Francis 2045 

Mantel, John 2058 

McCane, George 1 2070 

Murray, John 2093 

Muller, George 2113 

Moore, Brice 2159 

McGowan, Andrew 2165 

Miles. Robert 2173 

Meagher, Michael 2194 

Monks, Edward 2199 

Mahoney, Michael 2202 

Malley, Thomas 2208 

McCart.v, L'aniel 2224 

Martin, Peter 2245 

Mulroy, -Martin 2249 

Murphy, Edward 2255 

MeRenyokls, Anthony 2262 

McCluskey, Michael 2278 

Morgan, James 2280 

Matthews, John 2296 

McCarthy, Michael 2298 

Millinet, William F 2320 

^Jackranz. William 2324 

McLean, John 2326 

Moore, James 2341 

Muldoon, Thomas. 2357 

Miller, John 23GO 

Moran, Patrick 2362 

Murphy, John 2364 

McGah'an, James 2379 

Morris, James 2380 

Martin, John 2408 

Marquardt. John 2436 

Mahan, John 2457 

McCarthy, Michael J 2466 

McCormaek, James .2468 

Mittag, Franz 2472 

Mott, Charles M 2481 

McCaffrey, Thomas 2485 

Montague, Henry 2494 

GO 



Res. No. 

Mundrane, Cornelius 2495 

Masten, James E 2496 

McCardney, John 2502 

Moss, Walter L 2519 

Mason, Albert 2528 

Murnella, John 253G 

McCoy, John 2559 

McManners, Michael 2560 

Moore, James 2565 

Mitchell, George H 2568 

Molitor, Christopher 2575 

McNaught, Malcom 2576 

Murphy, John 2586 

Maxwell, John R 2587 

Murfttt, Richard 2599 

McDonald, Michael 2606 

Mitchell, William 261 5 

Martin, James A 2617 

Mason, Frank 2634 

McNulty. George 2638 

Miller, William 2642 

McConnaugh, William 2663 

McKeever. Washington 2672 

McDonald,' John H 2681 

Maher, John 2082 

McCullum, Richard 2688 

McGimtey, John 2700 

Mack, John 2717 

McQueeney, Michael 2732 

Moat, William 2743 

Mulford, Robert W 2789 

McCabe, Patrick 2790 

Martin. Patrick 2805 

McKim, Robert 2808 

Mallon, Francis 2830 

Meyers, George 2831 

Martin, John 2832 

Mete, Leo 2837 

Maginn, David 2852 

Marr, Alexander 2854 

Morris, James 2856 

Morris, George 2861 

McBride, James 2862 

McCracken, Patrick ... 2867 

Miller, Henry 2882 

McMahon, Michael 2885 

Munder, James 2888 

Manchester, Henry E 2903 

Marshall, George 2915 

Mason, David 2924 

Murphy, William 2930 

Merigan, Michael 2938 

Mortensen, Anton 2941 

Morrisey , Patrick 2942 

Maricon, Lawrence 2943 

Miller. Frederick 2946 

McGinley, James 2958 

McKay, Theodore E 2962 

McCarthy, Timothy , ... . .2970 



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Beg. No. 

Mack, Morris 2971 

Mulloy, Richard 2977 

Murphy. William M 2989 

Messier, Charles H 300 1 

Mason, George 3009 

Mahon, John 3010 

McGarvoy, William H 3021 

McCormi'ck, James 3049 

McDonough, Theodore 3072 

Morris, James 3074 

Morton, Louis 3082 

Mosher, Hansom 3089 

Mouekum, William W 3103 

Martin, William 3106 

McCarty, Michael 3123 

McDonough, Henry .3130 

Marks, Edwin E 3142 

Morris, Edward 3143 

Mayer, John 3149 

Mnlvey, John 3163 

McDonough, John 3168 

Murphy, William 3171 

Messing, Benno 3185 

McMurray, James D 3196 

McClintock, Samuel 3205 

Miller, William 3211 

Murphy, James 3216 

May, Franklin J 3227 

McCarthy, Timothy 3231 

McPharlon, Matthew 3237 

Menges, Henry 3240 

Marion, John 3241 

Meyers, Robert E 3251 

Menhans, Bernard 3255 

Martin, John 3261 

Murphy, John 3262 

McCay, Donald 3275 

McCormick. Edwin 3280 

McManus, Charles A. '. 3294 

Me Welling, John 3301 

McRena, John 3303 

McLoughlin, Peter 3307 

Moran, Thomas 3314 

Moore, Edward M 3323 

McVeigh, James 3325 

Malloy, Owen 3334 

McDermott, Patrick 3335 

Murray, Jacob 3336 

Meserole , David 3354 

Miller, Jacob 3362 

McCarthy, John 3367 

Mason, John 3371 

Mason, Patrick 3374 

McGuire, Matthew 3380 

McDonald, John 3386 

Miller, Charles H 3398 

Moore, Henry P 3413 

Maher, James 3415 

Morrison, Charles H 3426 



Reg. NO. 

McCarthy, Joseph 3430 

Michele, Jola 3435 

Murphy, John 3455 

Massy, John 3456 

Morrow, David 3459 

McDonnell. John 3467 

Meyer. John 3480 

Maynard, Charles 3493 

Murphy, John 3499 

McCormick, George 3500 

Mogenweck, Cyriack 3517 

Muller, Ulrich 3545 

Masterson, John 3554 

Mdwry, John J 3561 

McFarland, Robert 3579 

Moran, John 3583 

McMahon, Charles 3594 

McCorr, or Cornell Alexander.3601 

Mews, William 3603 

Monahan, Patrick 3614 

Meyer, Louis 3617 

McNulty, John 3618 

McKenzie, Alexander 3620 

McKenna, Philip 3628 

Mnller, Christian 3636 

Malloy, Michael C 3646 

McElvey. Alexander 3649 

Murray, Henry 3650 

McQuade, James 3656 

Moger, Andrew W / 3660 

McGee, Terence 3665 

Murphy, Patrick . . 3684 

Marren, Peter 3688 

McKe wer, Francis 3705 

Mandige, Campbell 3729 

Meehaii, John .374?, 

Muller, Christian 3749 

Mullen, Edward 3754 

Meyers, Joseph 3759 

Metcalf, James Henry 3761 

Meyers, Ernst 3771 

Mayer, Christian 3780 

Miller, Anthony 3793 

Mateer, Alexander 3796 

Monaghan, Thomas 380J 

Mullany, Francis 3804 

McGinnis, James 3810 

Mescall, John 3814 

Meyers, William 3815 

Mercer. James D 3821 

McLean, George 3824 

Mylen, John 382!) 

McDonald, William 3835 

Murphy, James 3*61 

Morrissey. Morris 3864 

McBride, Patrick 3882 

Merkel, John 3883 

Murray, John 3890 

Moore, William H 3895 



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Reg. No. 

McGill, William 3901 

McNamara, Francis .3911 

Mullin, Michael 3913 

Murphy, John 3924 

McGill, John 3928 

Miller, James 39:53 

McNamara. Thomas 3935 

Martin, John 3939 

Martin, David < 3940 

Murphy, John 3945 

Murphy, John 3957 

Murray, Michael 3960 

Monteath, Alexander 3976 

McCormick. George W 3983 

Mortimer. Charles L./ 3984 

Miller, William H 3987 

Moore, George 3991 

McCoy, Andrew 3996 

Murray, John 3998 

McCordell, Hugh 4021 

Murray, John 4025 

McCormick, Thomas 4039 

Morrison, Joel M 4042 

Murphy, James 4048 

Moffatt, Andrew 4070 

Monell, Walter D 4071 

Mullen, Edward 4073 

McKelvey, Andrew. . /. 4098 

McNally,' John 4113 

McKenna, Peter 4121 

Martin, John 4130 

McGraih, William 4134 

Mailer, Frederick 4135 

McDermott, John 4138 

Mansfield, William 4143 

McGrath, Thomas 4150 

Mayhew. Martin 4154 

Meivin, Alexander 4160 

Moh r. Jacob 4164 

McCormick. Richard 4166 

Morgan, William H 4171 

Mann, James C 4173 

Mickle, Charles W 4207 

McRobert, John 4224 

Mahon, John 4223 

Mailer, William 4229 

Martin, Henry 423:5 

Mace, Henry 4240 

May, Henry 4251 

Murphy. Frank 4254 

Mack, John 4258 

Movne, James 4268 

McCafferty, Thomas 4269 

Meyer, Louis 4293 

Meyer, Charles 4300 

McMahon, Owen 4316 

Monk, Matthew 4317 

Mandoline. Joseph 4321 

Mahon. Thomas. . . . . .4347 



Reg. No. 

Massy, Thomas 4353 

Maxwell, Richard 4363 

Murray, William 4382 

McDermott, Edward 4386 

McGaire, James 4391 

Masterson. Michael 4392 

Morrisey, James 4395 

McLeay, David 4401 

Maloney, Joseph 4410 

Murphy, John 4412 

McCauley, Robert 4413 

Murphy, John 4414 

McLaughlin, Daniel 4434 

Merwin, Patrick 4437 

McKeorme, John 4438 

McGady. John 4452 

McLaughlin, John B 4457 

March, Frederick 4458 

McDonald. John 4460 

Mocklev, Thomas 4463 

Muller, John 4464 

Moore, Benjamin .. -4469 

Murphy, John . ..'.. .4482 

McMullen, James. 4497 

Menger (or Hengel). Balsar. . .4505 

Mall aly, Michael 4521 

Membert, George 4533 

Moeller, Henry G. G 4539 

McBride, Thomas 4553 

Metcalf, Henry 4555 

Monagan, Owen 4558 

McCaiin, Fred. 4501 

McCormick, Robert 4567 

Meehan, John 4569 

McCree, Henry , 457l> 

Morton, Edward 4572 

McCormick, John 4575 

Miller, Frederick 4582 

Mauer. Charles 4588 

McGraw, John 4593 

Meade, Maurice 4596 

Muller, Carl .' 4620 

Myric, Price 4648 

McKinnon, Donald 4655 

McCae, James 4659 

Morse, Eldridge 4681 

McClellan, James 4731 

McFarlane. William 4737 

Meier, William 4743 

McMahon, William 4745 

Mullanoy, James 4751 

MeRllmey, John 4755 

McKeowh, Thomas 4774 

Martin. Henry 4775 

McCounell, Charles 4783 

Meredith. Henry 4788 

Marr, John Victor 4789 

Meade, Francis D 4791 

Murray, Charles F, 4833 



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Reg. No. 

McFadden, Alexander 4836 

Matthews, Thomas F 4841 

Murphy, James 4850 

McCnliam. John 4851 

Mangan, Thomas 4853 

McGovvan, Michael 4855 

J-'cKenzie, John 4856 

Maire, Louis 4873 

McClosky, John 4904 

Miller, John 4906 

Mason, Franklin D 4907 

Murry, Thomas H 4913 

McCaul, James 4919 

McKenzie, John 4922 

Mulligan, Patrick 4925 

Malmquist. Gustav 4937 

McCarthy, 'Jeremiah 4940 

Monahan, Thomas 4947 

Mack, John 4951 

Moran, Patrick 4994 

McCarty, James 5006 

Miller, Charles. .- 5010 

McGlin, Thomas 5019 

Mueller, Jacob 5032 

Manguenait, L. S 5034 

McConnick, Bernard 5035 

Meyer, Henry 50*6 

Meeker. John A 5052 

Mack, Michael 5053 

MoCan, Bernard . . v 5054 

Miller, David 5057 

Miler, Hamilton W 5067 

Malloy, Peter 5069 

McCabe, Thomas 5079 

McClue, Jeremiah 5104 

Mulligan, Joseph 5108 

McMahon, Thomas 5111 

McGrady, John 5112 

Mann, Morris 5117 

Marshall, George 5125 

Meehan, Bernard 5128 

McGinty, James 5132 

Mueller, Christopher 5135 

McCall, John 5136 

Messing, Louis . 5144 

Molkou, Emil 5148 

Murray, John E 5190 

Mitchell, George W 5206 

McCain, James 5207 

McHugh, Michael 5213 

Mehren, Frederick William 5249 

McCabe, John 5250 

Muldoon, Samuel 6266 

McGlone, John 5290 

McDermott, James 5293 

Meyer, Morris 5294 

Murray, James 5325 

Mahoney, James 5329 

Maxwell, Benjamin F 5331 



Reg. So. 

Maxwell, John 5336 

McGowan, Francis 5347 

Mara, John 5349 

McCain. John 5365 

Mily, John 5374 

Mulethaler, Ulrich 5375 

Meigs, Charles R 5388 

Mansharrett, Michael 5391 

McMurry, Thomas 5395 

McNally, Thomas 5402 

McDonald, William 5412 

McKeever, Patrick 5420 

McEntee, John 5423 



N 

Nolan, William 148 

Nims, Leslie S 163 

Neville, Charles 168 

Norveez, Wladislaw 184 

Nolan, Robert 300 

Nugent, James C 328 

Neuhaus, Charles A 412 

Neumann, Charles 721 

Nason, Charles 830 

Newton, Kerry 847 

Nolan, John 854 

Norton, John 894 

Nichols, Oliver 94( 

Niedig, August 1059 

Nagel7 Charles 1114 

Nelson, Howard. 1463 

Newton, Thomas 1571 

Newman, Henry 1609 

Naylor, William 1679 

Norton, John P. G 1716 

Nelson, Robert I860 

Norden, Frederick 1913 

Nicholson, George 1917 

Northrop, Homer 2012 

Nugent, Patrick 2107 

Nicholson, John 2153 

Newman, Chapel B 2365 

Newton, James 2469 

Neil, Arthur 2666 

Nolan, Timothy 2764 

Newman, A 2838 

Nolan, John 2878 

Nessel, Charles 2909 

Noonan, Richard 2957 

Nelson, Peter 2981 

Neihart, George 3028 

Newman, Charles 3300 

Neilson, Neils C. B 3343 

Nager, Simon 3484 

Newman, Charles D . 3581 

Noonan, John 3612 

Neistermann, Herman -3G39' 



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Reg. No. 

Norman, Henry 3651 

Noyer, Lorenzo D 3659 

Noll, Valentine 3690 

Neuschiler, Gustav 3740 

Natholtz, George 3852 

Nodine, Joseph 3869 

Nichols, James 3876 

Neel, E. McCauley 3900 

Norton, John 3955 

Nevin, Oswald B 4095 

Nebeir, Charles 4209 

Newman, Thomas 4239 

Nicholas, Charles 4314 

Newcomb, George L 4332 

Nik, John 4445 

Newman, Philip 4555 

Nolen, John J 4603 

Nolen, William A 4604' 

Nairn, William 4752 

North, La Rue P 4757 

Neal, John 4820 

Newell, Henry 4982 

Nash, Joseph 5024 

Noyes, Stephen 5155 

Narre.v, James 5192 

Nutt, Nathaniel 540G 

Nelson, Nathaniel 5421 



O'Brien. John 67 

Osborn,' William H ]19 

Osgood, Charles E 125 

O'Brien, William 232 

Osten, Charles 265 

Olawsky, Hugo 272 

Oliver, 'William 317 

O'Brien, Thomas F 356 

Osterreich, Franz > . 403 

Osier, Charles 421 

Owens, James 480 

Osborn, George K 523 

O'Connor, Thomas 551 

O'Brien, Patrick 556 

O'Brien, Patrick 617 

Olliner, John 664 

O'Brien, James 668 

Ostrander, Charles 689 

O'Brien, Patrick '. 694 

Odell, Frank 744 

Ogden. John W 813 

Osthoff. John 834 

O'Brien, Patrick 864 

Oakley, John 929 

O'Brien, Thomas 980 

Olier, Charles 1034 

O'Byrne, Richard 1175 

O'Mellie, Matthew 1249 



Beg. No. 

Oppermann, Louis 1252 

O'Brien, Stephen 1281 

Oliver, Thomas 1311 

O'Neill, James 1455 

O'Rourke, Stephen 1457 

Oultsberger, Ludwig 1476 

Otto, Herman 1618 

Owens, Sylvester 1646 

O'Donald, Alexander 1716 

Oliver, George W 1724 

O'Shaunessy, Michael 1735 

O'Ponnell, John 1763 

Ostner, Philip 1885 

Oneil, John M 1977 

O'Brien, Michael 1995 

O'Brien, Thomas .2014 

Oneil, Ivers 2066 

O'Harra, Edward 2083 

O'Gier, George 2084 

Oneil, Michael 2088 

Ostrom, Theodore 2213 

O'Meill. Walter 2234 

Ohrborn, Carl 2289 

O'Neill, James 2307 

Oates, Charles 2310 

Gates, Hubert 2328 

O'Brien, Frank J ; 2330 

O'Donnell, Dennis 2349 

O'Brien, Michael 241 6 

O'Brien, John 2439 

Oliver, Edward 2532 

Oberlie, Antoine S 2537 

O'Sullivan, John 2661 

Oberick, August 2669 

Osborn, Samuel 2720 

O'Brien, Patrick J 2847 

O'Connor, Hugh 2993 

Obenhaur, Valentine 3000 

Osborn. Elias W 3036 

Osborn. John H 3062 

Oates, Henry 3068 

O'Brien, David' 3105 

O'Leary, Daniel , 3108 

O'Neil, Thomas J 3187 

O'Reilly, Edward 3226 

O'Connor, David 3239 

Donnell, John 3254 

O'Connor, James 3326 

Odenvalder, John 3385 

Otto, Frederick 3405 

Osburn, William 3453 

O'Hanlon, John 3461 

Olmstead, James W 3547 

O'Brien, John 3550 

O'Donnell, John 3585 

O'Brien, Francis 3587 

Obladen, Joseph P 3607 

Odenwalder, Christian 3672 

O'Brien, John 3687 



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Reg. No. 

Olmstead, Willis E 3798 

O'Brien, Richard 3999 

Oliver. Edward 4029 

O'Reilly, Henry 4119 

O'Xeil," Patrick 4204 

Oppennan, Carl 4294 

O'Neil, James 4432 

Ormond, Thomas 4440 

Owens, James R 4476 

O'Shaughnessy, Jeremiah 4638 

O'Brien, James 4679 

O'Brien, Michael 4790 

O'Leary, James 4812 

O'Reilly, Terrence 4816 

O'Brien. John 4899 

O'Flaherty, Patrick 4969 

O'Donough, Patrick 5077 

O'Neil, John 5185 

O'Brien, Cornelius 5202 

O'Brien, Daniel 5220 

Owens, John 5251 

O'Connor, Thomas F 5292 

O'Neil, Richard 5352 

O'Boy, Thomas 5403 

Owens, James B 5505 



Philbrook, Joseph 8 

Platt. Charles 21 

Prouty, Oliver B 48 

Phillips, John 80 

Parker, William 150 

Palmer, Albert 156 

Prindeville, Edward 158 

Phillips, Jonathan 171 

Paton, John.. 230 

Pembroke, William* 231 

Powers, Patrick , 315 

Paylinjr, William 432 

Pinnell, Samuel 445 

Plumb, Edward W 447 

Piper, Julius 590 

Porst, Gustav 591 

Peterson, William 620 

Philbrook, George H 629 

Pratt, Andrew 674 

Powers, James 690 

Petri, Johannes 716 

Percy, George 735 

Perry, Sonora F 740 

Pitts, Charles W 748 

Passalapi, Nicola 757 

Porter. William 820 

Perkins, Richard 839 

Poindexter, George S 897 

Pfeffer, George 983 



Reg No. 

Powell, Amos 1004 

Pollock, Julius L 1086 

Piepenbring, Edward H 1126 

Post, Daniel 1187 

Perkins, Hiram C 1225 

Parker, William 1259 

Parshley, Hiram 1291 

Papier, George F. H 1303 

Preuer. Ferdinand 1306 

Pitts, Philip 145G 

Perry, John 1466 

Perry, James U71 

Patterson, Henry 1478 

Price, Tilgham 1487 

Parsons, Milo C 1494 

- Payberg, Charles A. L 1506 

Plitt, Augustus 1508 

Prentice. Daniel S 1574 

Ponson, Joseph 1607 

Pickett, Charles 1634 

Prestell, Johann 1662 

Peraria, John 1688 

Phillipe, Jacob 1701 

Pryor, Henry A 1702 

Pelizzaro, John H 1832 

' Peck, John 1911 

Pettit, Charles J 1939 

Prinz, Ewald 2092 

Paret, John 2091J 

Pennisson, Henry 2112 

Paulus, Michael 2125 

Pendergrast, John 2137 

Poole, Andrew 2175 

Parrott, James 2200 

Phillips, George 2237 

Palmer, Silas N 2263 

Porter, John, Jr 2316 

Powers, James 2396 

Pollock, George 2417 

Pratt. George '. . . 2438 

Pendergrast, Edward 2440 

Preuss, Peter 2456 

Pierce, George H 2517 

Pendleton. William H 2582 

Potter, John 2645 

Purdy, John 2656 

Pease, Frederick A 2692 

Patterson, William 2742 

Parker, James W 2817 

Pay ton, William 2824 

Pennoyer, Edward F 2845 

Phoenix, William 2913 

Pegnan, Bernard 2918 

Pierson. George 2976 

Percival, Frederick J 2987 

Peterson, Barthel 3002 

Pierson, William 3005 

Price, David W 3006 

Palmer, George A 3090 



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Reg. No. 

Pero, John 3166 

Palmer, Richard 3167 

Polk, Alvin 3178 

Peterson, Hans 3298 

Parker, Thomas 3419 

Phclps, Henry 3434 

Paterson. Edgar 3513 

Peet, Caleb C 3541 

Perry, Rowland C 3549 

Peshitte, Peter 3557 

Pornbsky, Emil 3693 

Pfester. Reinhard 3728 

Paul, Unions 3774 

Parker, George 3775 

Phelan, John 3806 

Pilsen, Charles 3858 

Pyne, John H 3875 

Picaut, Paul 3912 

Powers, James 3929 

Pelky, Milton 3958 

Perino, Frank 3963 

Pratt, John 3993 

Price, William 3995 

Prichard, Thomas J 3997 

Pattison, George 4096 

Putney, R. S 4133 

Pape, Nicholas J 4137 

Patterson. John 4148 

Piercy, Stephen 4184 

Pollard, John 4217 

Pfau, Fritz 4227 

Powers, Thomas 4331 

Pollard, John 4390 

Prato. John 4424 

Parker, George 4159 

Ping, Jose 4480 

Paul, Jacob 4581 

Ptatzer, William 4632 

Parker, George 4657 

Pendergrast, Robert 4780 

Parker, William 4782 

Pearsall, Alexander 4786 

Patterson, James 4793 

PlH-lon. John A 4811 

Plart. John 4826 

Powers, David 4877 

Porter. Anthony B 4880 

Pudlich. August 4889 

Peters, John 4896 

Packard, Charles R 4909 

Pomerov, Leon 4958 

Peitit, William H 4960 

Pennelether, Michael 5070 

Proctor. Robert 5121 

Power, Patrick 5279 

Penrose, John 5281 

Parrot, Frederick 5321 

Preisler, Christian 5343 

Prior, Adam 5409 



Reg. No. 

Quebec, Morris 180 

Quinn, Michael 900 

Quinn, Peter . i 934 

Quinn, James 1242 

Quinn, William 1287 

Quinnon, Michael 1305 

Quinn, James 1730 

Quackenbush, Lewis 1941 

Quinn, Richard 2188 

Quinn, Michael 2678 

Quinn. Patrick r 2912 

Quimby, James S 3052 

Quinlah. Daniel 3332 

Quinn. George B 3781 

Quilk, Michael 3790 

Quinn, Austin 3837 

Quinn, William 4225 

Quigley, Francis 4654 

Quinn," Robert P 4677 



Roth. Robert 62 

Ruppel, Emil 86 

Regan, James 98 

Reed, John 107 

Hadrian, Jacob 121 

Rupple, John 139 

Ryan, Thomas 155 

liiley, Joseph 188 

Reiriwald, Anselm 191 

Reilly, Dennis D 216 

Rackets, Israel 255 

Ryan, John 270 

Rbsenzerig, Charles 297 

Rose, Mathias 331 

Reed, Samuel E 366 

Rafter, Patrick 402 

Russell, Victor 441 

Ragan, Philip 452 

Roberts, George 489 

Ryan, John 490 

Reglan, John 491 

Roach, John 495 

Rogers, Daniel 514 

Rhodes, John 515 

Ross, James 564 

Roy, Albert 667 

Richardson. James 668 

Richards, William 572 

Ryzenski, Joseph 593 

Ricfiter, Franz 600 

Raff, Charles H 623 

Riorden,- Joseph 62S 

Rogers, Charles 652 



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952 



Reg. No. 

Rhodes, Josiah 653 

Richards. Thomas B 670 

Ryan, John W 696 

Rlnglar, Charles B 730 

Riley, John 739 

Roach, Thomas 741 

Rosenmcyor. Henrf 791 

Roden, John ' 800 

Rupert, Ferdinand 824 

Ray, George 840 

Rogers, Charles A 842 

Redmond, Thomas 855 

Ryan, Michael A 857 

Regan, Frank J 859 

Ross, William 877 

Reichardt, Lonis 893 

Robinson, Oliver 0. G 899 

Reid. George F 905 

Reed, Alexander 906 

Rogers, Robert. F 907 

Bohleder, Henry 913 

Robinson, Henry J 922 

Renaud, Charles 936 

Ryan, Thomas. _ 942 

Rogers, Charles* 948 

Rounder, Joseph 964 

Rose, Charles 967 

Rehwoldt, Julius 1000 

Robinson, Henry L 1017 

Roberts, Charles 1053 

Russell. William 1055 

Reilly, John 1060 

Romer, John 1067 

Richards, Frank 1091 

Reid, Cornelius 1129 

Ryan, John 1131 

Reiselt, Jacob 1181 

Reaves. William 1199 

Raese, Frank 1216 

Rutan, William 1232 

Rang, Anton -1247 

Roos, Herman 1250 

Reilly, Philip 1251 

Ryan, John 1271 

Roache, Timothy 1307 

Richard, Hencke .1308 

Ryau, Alonzo B 1313 

Ritger, Hermer 1323 

Reed, James 1324 

Redmond, John, Jr 1361 

Redmond, Christian 1387 

Rumpsf. August 1392 

Reed, Sylvester 141 2 

Reichling, George 1418 

Riley, Philip 1430 

Roach, Michael 1482 

Ruthe, Frek 1520 

Reardon, Patrick 154 1 

Reynolds, John 1553 



Reg. No 

Roberts, Edward E 1561 

Ramsey, John 1592 

Ryan, John 1596 

Rile v, James 1604 

Ruehl. Gottleib 1614 

Raymond, George 1645 

Roland, James 1656 

Riley, Thomas 1665 

Richardson, George 1673 

Ready, John 1677 

Reardon, Daniel 1692 

Russell, John 1700 

Rice, Charles F 1709- 

Ross, John 1750 

Roche, John 1756 

Roomer, William 1795 

Riley, Richard R..,v 1842 

Riley, George 1859 

Runningbrew, Charles 1878 

Reuveaux, Henry 1902 

Roach, Thomas 1949 

Revel, John S 1951 

Row, John 1972 

Rilter, Peter 1983 

Rosa, John 2068 

Ross, John R 2086 

Rail, Joseph 2091 

Risley, Jeremiah R 2095 

Richmond, William 2145 

Regan, Dennis 2147 

Rogers, William 2155 

Russell, Henry A 2158 

Ryan, Peter 2185 

Randall, Henry T 2191 

Riley, Hugh 2209 

Robinson, Robert S 2216 

Reilley, Joseph 2219 

Reilly, Daniel 2256 

Rowssow, Franz 2267 

Reilly, Peter 2288 

Reimer, Thomas 2299 

Roedger, Andrew 2304 

Reilly, Patrick 2317 

Rae, Joseph 2350 

Ryan, Patrick 2351 

Ryan, Francis 2363 

Richards. Jean B 23S9 

Ross, John 2407 

Reed, John 2412 

Roy, David 2452 

Remer, John 2477 

Riley, John A , 2507 

Rumpf, Daniel 2521 

Reed, Robert S 2535 

Raney, Francis 2539 

Riley, John 2630 

Roth, August C 263,7 

Rigney, William 2653 

Reynolds, William 2694 



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Beg. No. 

Ross, John 2756 

Raff, Louis 2795 

Ramsay, Theodore 2802 

Rodgers, Anthony 2811 

Ryer, Henry 2819 

Reynolds, John 2836 

Einis, Philip 2859 

Ryan, Thomas 2870 

Rainey, James 2906 

Rinerd, John 2937 

Rogers, John 2944 

Richter, Herman 2950 

Roberts, Ephraim 2956 

Ritchie, Archibald 2959 

Reynolds, John G 2972 

Reinhard, Ernst 2983 

Rerasnusen, Hans C 2984 

Ramsey, Alfred 3020 

Ramsey, Robert 3025 

Ryan, John 3048 

Reilly, Edward 3051 

Ryan, Patrick 3063 

Rose, John H 3073 

Richardson, Cornelius K 3092 

Ryer, Walter 3099 

Rice, Lewis 3112 

Rierdon, Daniel 3119 

Reynolds. David 3120 

Roach, Michael 3152 

Reilly, James 3194 

Rott, Orlander 3198 

Royer, Alexander 3277 

Rodgers, Charles 3296 

Rylley, John 3328 

Rupstein, Charles P. A 3344 

Russell, Edwin F 3387 

Reed, John A 3409 

Richardson. William A 3410 

Richmond, Evelyn C 3432 

Roll, Anton 3466 

Ritner, Patrick J 3475 

Rounds, Franklin 3486 

Rourke, John 3505 

Rozell. James 3544 

Reidel, Charles 3653 

Rush, Joseph 3677 

Riley, Edward 3681 

Riley. Francis 3691 

Remington, Napoleon B 3704 

Roppelt. John 3708 

Rad/,inski, Solomon 3718 

Reed, James 3770 

Roosevelt, Cornelius 3783 

Robertson, Daniel F 3807 

Reilly, Thomas .3827 

Rupprecht, George 3838 

Ryan, Samuel 3839 

Ryan, Martin J 3859 

Reim. Henry 3863 



Beg. No. 

Reidlinger, Henry 3866 

Riley, John 3879 

Riley, Thomas 3880 

Ryan, Richard 3884 

Ryan, Charles 3917 

Ruggles, Van Ransalaer P 3949 

Riley, Daniel 3966 

Ross, Martin 4002 

Robinson, John 4008 

Reily, Patrick 4017 

Ryan, Charles 4019 

Ryers, Andrew J 4024 

Rayne, John 4028 

Renauer, William 4031 

Rutzman, Martin 4068 

Rimler, Peter 4088 

Ryan, Michael 4106 

Ryan, John 4108 

Romaine, Albert 4118 

Robbins, James ,4128 

Reynolds, Joseph" T 4161 

Reynolds, Owen 4175 

Ryan, William 4178 

Reid, Timothy 4180 

Risling, Conrad. . . f 4201. 

Ringhardt, Albert 4205 

Riley, John 4210 

Ramsey. James 4242 

Ross, John 4265 

Roth, John 4306 

Ryan, John 4310 

Randall. James 4320 

Rosendall, William. 4322 

Riley, John 4327 

Reid, William H 4399 

Riley, John 4417 

Roberts, Edgar A 4420 

Reimer, Edward. 4436 

Rodamer, William 4481 

Rutledge, James 4525 

Rudolph, Michael 4530 

Redelsheimer, Henry 4614 

Rich, James B 4642 

Rady, Michael 4645 

Robin, Charles 4652 

Rich. William 4653 

Reilly, Thomas 4685 

Reilly, Hugh 4686 

Redden, Hugh 4703 

Reilly, George A 4733 

Rowe, Joseph L 4759 

Ressler, Charles H 4760 

Rodgers, John M 4763 

Russell, Walter 4799 

Ryan, John 4807 

Rothen, John 4809 

Reilly, John 4818 

Rynhardt, George 4823 

Ryan, Thomas F 4832 



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- Reg. No. 

Rayner, William 4859 

Ritter, Otto 4868 

Ryan. Joha 4898 

Richling, Jacob .4903 

Rcily, Michael 4938 

Rah'll, John 4948 

Rodgers, James 4965 

Rigg, William 4989 

Roil. John 5141 

Keimvell, John H 5200 

Ross, James H 5208 

Ryan, Matthew. . 5231 

Roach, James H 5236 

Ridtneyer, Joseph 5248 

Rock'ck, William 5252 

Rodeck, Julius 5253 

Reily, Daniel 5261 

Riley, Edward 5332 

Reilley, John 5385 

Robesbn. John H 5394 

Rourke. John 5398 

Robinson, William 5401 

Ruder, William,. 5407 



S 



Schnltz, William 6 

Samson. Charles 19 

Smith, Theodore 22 

Simons, Jacob. 40 

Schebe, Frederick 53 

Scanlon, James 93 

Sanders, Julius.. 120 

Seibert. Christian 100 

Scott, Isaac 164 

Simmons, George 165 

Showers, Andrew J 170 

Stafford, Charles 185 

Smith, Albert 189 

Smith, James 197 

Shaw, Robert 198 

Shaw. Frank 213 

Sullivan. John 214 

Smith, George: 226 

Stadler, William 234 

Sauer, William 236 

Schone, Pierre M 251 

Schrider, William 254 

Sawyer. William A 258 

Smith, John 260 

Smith, Frank 285 

Schmidt, Emil 293 

Seitz, George 318 

Stevens Theodore S20 

Schultz, Isaac R 321 

Beamun, Walter B 324 

Seigert, Alexander 329 



I Reg. No. 

Swcetman, Henry 334 

Sullivan. James 337 

Scholz, Herman 351 

Scott, Francis 363 

Schock, Emil 369 

Schmidt, John 370 

Stahl. Oscar 388 

Smith, Henry 390 

Smith, Henry C 396 

Speers, Solomon S 400 

Smith, Anthony 411 

Smith, Frank 417 

Smith, John 442 

St. John. Joseph 449 

Stein, vvenzel 4o"> 

Sears, Edgar 481 

Sexton. James 48:5 

Schubring, Max 4s7 

Sullivan, Thomas 5U3 

Smith, Charles 510 

Spring. John 516 

Schmidt, Gustav. . . 536 

Scully. Patrick 545 

Schmidt, Christian 569 

Stickels, Richard 588 

Sohm, Michael 594 

Shoup, John 598 

Seaman, John 604 

Sieberig, Andrew 615 

Sheehan. Thomas 626 

Smith, William W 633 

Schieraer, Frank 654 

Stephens, William H 673 

Schmidt, Julius 676 

St>renson, Peter C 710 

Sullivan, William 722 

Schulz, Carl 732 

Stead, William T 749 

Scott, Will am 756 

Smith, Charles 758 

Schmidt, Charles 780 

Striker, Peter J 794 

Seymour, Theodore 812 

Smith. Thomas 815 

Scheloter, Joseph 826 

Scharkoff. Jacob.... 881 

Smyth, Marshall 882 

Stearns. Charles 883. 

Scully, Martin 902 

Smith, Lawrence K 910 

Schafer, George A 951 

Severs, Andrew 954 

Smith, William 961 

Smith. Willard E 962 

Stillman. Charles 969 

Saunders, Thomas 974 

Smith, John 1013 

Shaughnessey, John 1014 

Shaw, James 1759 



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Reg. No. 

Spreckley, Morns G 1032 

Schram, Rudolph 1062 

Shea, John 1082 

Smith. James 1090 

Shunly, Thomas 1098 

Steers, Edwin J 1139 

Seeley, Thomas 1144 

Smith, William Henry 1146 

Sinclair, James 1161 

Seymour, Andrew 1164 

Smith, George 1188 

Smith. William 1192 

Sheridan, Henry L 1201 

Schellenberg. Gustav 1207 

Sheerwood. Thomas 1223 

Schmidt, Charles F 1226 

Shuts, Jacob 1239 

Scharf, Christian 1264 

Sullivan, John 1276 

Smith, John 1289 

Sullivan, Daniel 1309 

Simpson, Giles ,1326 

Scott, Walter 1330 

Salter, William 1334 

Smith, John 1338 

Sweeney, Edward 1359 

Sullivan, James 1362 

Seith, August 1365 

Shuster, Ernest 1368 

Smith, Albert 1372 

Sweeney, James 1377 

Smith, Andrew J 1385 

Simpson, James 1400 

Sheehan, Thomas 1406 

Spicer, Robert 1416 

Smith, James 1439 

Smith. William J 1440 

Schleer, Peter 1444 

Schone, Michael 1448 

Straley, Adam 1467 

Sullivan, Dennis 1496 

Shulthaus. David 1499 

Shapter, John T 1503 

Schlager. John 1505 

Smith, John 1507 

Sheridan. Patrick 1512 

Steinbrecher. Charles 1517 

Stout, Edward II 1547 

Smith, John 1559 

Steltman, Theodore 1563 

Scott, James 1564 

Seize, George 1582 

Schwartz, Carl 1590 

. Sutten, Thomas 1591 

Schulman, Eugene 1601 

Smith, Charles 1627 

Suter, Jacob . 1661 

Schneider, t iharles 1663 

Suhren. Equidrius 1672 



Reg. No. 

Schafer, Adam 1691 

Straub, John L 1693 

Scully, John 1697 

Smith, Philip 1706 

Schmidt, Bernhardt 1710 

Smith, James 1713 

Smith, Hiram 1720 

Shaw. James 1759 

Sullivan, John 1765 

Stapel, Joseph 1770 

Schultze, Ferdinand 1779 

Smith, John 1799 

Sharp, George W 1805 

Sheridan, James 1809 

Smith, Lewis 1818 

Smith, William 1833 

Speller, Alvin 1846 

Schaffer, Anthony 1848 

Slocum, Andrew 1858 

Sigismund, Isidore 1879 

Schrenkiesen, Charles 1883 

Scott, James 1892 

Smith, James B 1897 

Sauer, Francis V 1920 

Smith, John 1936 

Sturges, John 1944 

Stagle, Hiram 1945 

Sheridan, Thomas 1954 

Schwartz, Carl 1956 

Spencer, John D 1964 

Stone, Lawrence 1979 

Simmons, Henry A 2009 

Stephens, William 2011 

Saffer, John 2039 

Smith, James 2040 

Schrado, George 2051 

Scholtz. Jacob 2060 

Spenser, Thomas 2065 

Spear, Sanderson 2067 

Sammon, Thomas 2098 

Sweeney, William 2099 

Saynich, James W 2101 

Sullivan, James 2104 

Scully. John 2105 

Schmidt, August 2108 

Smith, John 2109 

Smith, Daniel 2111 

Spingler, Charles 213a 

Schneitre, George 2134 

Sullivan, William 2149 

Smith, John 2197 

Seaman. Sylvester '/206 

Smith, James A 2207 

Schroder, Ernest 2225 

Schoeneich, August 2236. 

Shaw, Joseph H 2239 

Siegon, August 2240 

Sawyer, Charles 2244 

Sullivan, John. 224S 



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956 



Keg. No. 

Simpson, Joseph 2251 

Shippley, John A 2257 

Steinke. Henry 2260 

Shuts, Peter J 2282 

Sinclair, Charles 2291 

SlaUery, Dennis 2293 

Shomniin, William E 2300 

Sampson, Robert R 2312 

Smith, John F. S 2313 

Smith, Christian 2355 

Smith, William 2368 

Schreider, Paul 2374 

StoaughneBsy, James 2377 

Stewart,, Charles 2381 

Sullivan, Michael . 2384 

Sullivan, Patrick 2385 

Spindler. Jacob 2399 

Signer, Conrad 2403 

Smith, David 2406 

Seebach, Charles 2415 

Sigismund, Rudolph 2437 

Scott, Patrick 2451 

Schoendoch, Henry 2461 

Sweeney. John 2512 

Sherry, Thomas 2531 

Sullivan, Jerry 2534 

Shea, Thomas 2549 

Sallivan, Jeremiah 2555 

Schmidt, Daniel 2557 

Sheehy, John. 2561 

Stewait, Charles 2562 

Steiucrwald, Adam 2566 

Strot hers, Hampton 2578 

Sollmann. Michael .2581 

Stager, Sebastian 2588 

Secor, Abram 2596 

Seitz, Frederick 2COO 

Simons, George 2607 

Smith, Thomas 2608 

Savenscn, William M 2613 

Sewell. James 2616 

Simons, Harry 2622 

Steinbein, William 2644 

Simpson, James 2646 

Summers, Charles 26t8 

Sugden, James 2(158 

Swords, William 2659 

Smith, William W 2665 

Skelton, William 2679 

Scott., Edward 2691 

Schilliir, Joseph 2724 

Schmidler, Oscar 2727 

SI one, John 2730 

Smith, James W 2758 

Staal, Alfred 2766 

Sands, William i771 

Smith, Charles 2778 

Shilley. Charles 2780 

Stonnor, William 2786 



Reg. No. 

Stuart, Thomas D 2786 

Smith, James 2793 

Stuart. James 2812 

Spellman, Lawrence 2820 

Stark, James E 2821 

Siebert, Charles 2827 

Schmeider, Conrad 2840 

Schraedcr, Henry 2855 

Schwenberg. Leouhard 2857 

Smith, John W 2863 

Snyder, Jacob 2889 

Stevens, Francis J 2893 

Sharp, Augustus 2901 

Schwisker't, Charles 2902 

Shannon, William 2903 

Smith, John W 2911 

Scott, Joseph 2920 

Scott, Elijah (colored) 2921 

Sauer, Henry 2922 

Single, Joseph 2925 

Sweezy, Nathan 2926 

Stratton, William 2927 

Smith, James 2928 

Slavin, Hugh 2929 

Schmidt, Gottleib 2964 

Smith, William 2966 

Scanlon. Francis L 2969 

Smith, Charles 2988 

Somers, Mark 2998 

Schmid, Richard 3012 

Smith, Adam 3013 

Sheedy, John 3024 

Smith, Frank 3059 

Singer, Mark .- .3076 

Stephany, Herman 3079 

Scolly, Daniel 3114 

Simpson, Edward 3121 

Sims, Wilds S 3132 

Smith. Warren 3133 

Shay. Mortimer 3135 

Shannon, William 3138 

Sheridan, Edward 3139 

Schneider, Henry 3165 

Schmidt, George 3188 

Schiff John 3191 

Sherlock, Francis I 3193 

Seiner, Nicholas 3200 

Smith, Jacob B 3214 

Sheppard, William B 3215 

Simmoni', George 3219 

Sandford, John W 3220 

Slight, George 3228 

Sealey, Henry 3232 

Stevens, Coners 3242 

Stoppel, Felix 3247 

Steuerwald, John 3268 

Speicht, John 3278 

Saddler. Thomas 3290 

Scherf, Caspar 3295 



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Reg. No. 

Sullivan, John 3304 

Stewart, James 3312 

Seigel, John F 3327 

Sears, Thomas 3329 

Sylvester, Richard 3330 

Seidlitz, Hugo 3331 

Shaffer, Carl 3349 

Shaw, Bernard 3358 

Sweitzer, Henry 3368 

Schaupp, Joseph 3375 

Staurm, Joseph 3382 

Smilh, James E 3397 

Schmidt, Albert 341 2 

Spencer, George 3418 

Simeone, Polti 343G 

Smith, George 3442 

Sprenger, Henry 3444 

Schmidler, Stephen 3446 

Schuppert, Charles 3451 

Schmidt, Charles 3458 

Soine, William 3460 

Sicord, Warren D 347G 

Smith, Charles J 3485 

Starr, Henry 3489 

Sedro, Frederick 3497 

Stanboul, Baptiste 3508 

Smith, Philip 3512 

Schultz, John N 3526 

Saner, Caspar. 3539 

Smith, William 3551 

Smith, Lewis B . . . 35o7 

Schoeninger Frederick 3576 

Sison, Alfred 3580 

Sullivan, Jeremiah 3596 

Stephens, Philip 3611 

Smith, James 3621 

Schlaepfer, John 3661 

Stevenson. Joseph 3664 

Saltert Francis 367 1 

Swan, Henry 3673 

Splaine, Dennis M 3683 

Suulel, John 3706 

Snow, Stephen D 3707 

Sunny. John 3710 

Smith, Henry 3717 

Smith, Andrew 3738 

Swortwout, Depew R 3739 

Scanlon, Thomas 3757 

Sharrow, William H 3762 

Sell wart z, Charles 3777 

Springsteen, William 3787 

Seaman, Garret E 3789 

Sullivan, Michael 3791 

Schnathorst, Charles 3816 

Shannon, Robert 3H18 

Sullivan. John 3819 

Sherkey, Thomas 3844 

Stone, Charles 3S50 

Smith. John 3855 



Keg. No. 

Smith, Andrew 3856 

Smith. William H 3857 

Stears, Henry 3867 

Smith, Samuel 3888 

Sherwood, George 3903 

Severance, Francis C 3906 

Smith, James 3923 

Sweeney, Daniel 3930 

Suiters, William 3931 

Stein, William 3934 

Smith, Frederick 3941 

Stephens, Henrv 3951 

Saner, Philip .'. 3953 

Scott, Thomas 3956 

Smith, Marcus D. L ^3962 

Shuhmaker, John 3972 

Smith, Sylvanus 3973 

Singer, Frederick 3977 

Smith, Thomas 401G 

Scanlon, Thomas 4038 

Sheffler, Adam 4044 

Schoubrum, Frederick 4045 

Sariiie, William J 4050 

Stone, Alonzo 4061 

Scherf, Frederick 4072 

Smith, Floyd , 4073 

Stanley, Edward 4087 

Scott, John 4097 

Smith, Charles 4103 

Severson, Antonio 4110 

Smith, James 4114 

Spillane, Maurice 4122 

Sullivan, Michael 4139 

Schaffer, Edward M 4142 

Schmidt, John 4 156 

Smith, John E 4168 

Smith, James 4176 

Stiles, Charles 4183 

Smith, Hugh 4191 

Steil, Alvis 4197 

Sudlow, George J 4203 

Smyth, Thomas 4213 

Schonert, Karl 4230 

Scottron, James M 4244 

Smith, Isaac B 4246 

Seelen, Frederick 4261 

Sullivan, Morris 4270 

Schreiner, Valentine 4292 

Smith, Charles 4295 

Schweitzer, Reinhard 4303 

Steep, John 4312 

Smith, James 4318 

Siemering, Henry 4324 

Spaniel. Henry 4339 

Sheckells. Richard 4340 

Schmidt, Martin 4358 

Schmidt, John 4359 

Schmidt, W illiam 4:!60 

Strassler, Andrew 4407 



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Reg. No. 

Schmidt, Jolm. 4422 

SchlagenhaulT, Emanuel 4428 

Sharkey, Thomas 4456 

Seward, John 4468 

Stewart ., James 4474 

Smith. James 4499 

Scln-ik, Jacob 4">15 

Shafer. James S 4517 

Smith, Bernard 4518 

Small, John 4541 

Stewart, Archibald 4543 

Schutt, August M 4556 

Sturges, Edwin John 4573 

Stout, Charles .4579 

Schemmelpfennig, Jacob 4594 

Shields. Barney. ." 4598 

Schmidt, Gottleib 4COO 

Sparks, Richard 4609 

Story, John 4610 

Smith, Gustavus. 4615 

Schmitsohn, Joseph 4658 

Sinning, Henry 4662 

Sullivan. Florence 4669 

Stone, Charles W 4687 

Starke, William 4693 

Sillick, Theodore 4704 

Steventon, Alonzo C 4705 

Siebenthal, Herman 4712 

Sullivan, Humphrey 4729 

Schmitt, Peter ". 4736 

Sulfleich, Adam 4746 

Schneeberg, Charles 4750 

Sheaver, Archibald 4758 

Schneider, Charles 4768 

Sherwood, Frank 4784 

Scntt, Floyd 4797 

Smith. Thomas H 4808 

Seyeretz. Charles 4810 

Smith, William 4824 

Sullivan, Patrick 4828 

Stevens, William H 4871 

Seifert, Edward 4874 

Stnylie, Samuel 4887 

Schuhman, Frederick 4888 

Smith, Michael 4908 

Swanson, John 4921 

Shanley, John 4923 

Sullivan. John 4924 

St. Hillaire, B. de 4928 

Somerlatt, Frederick 4i)07 

Spelman. Peter 4970 

Shaefer, Peter 4985 

Stapleton, John 4993 

Schwendemann, Charles 5018 

Szell, Ludwig 5022 

Spring, Ignatz 5023 

Si-huermann. Henry 5027 

Southwick, Charles 5029 

Scepke, Julius Von 5044 



Reg. No. 

Schuman, Jost 5045 

Shotwell, John L 5056 

Stut/, Ferdinand 506C 

Snyder, Frank , 5078 

Smith, Thomas 5089 

Stock, Conrad f 090 

Sheirer, Louis 5100 

Sullivan, Jeremiah 5100 

Sebald, Frederick 5107 

Schaller. George 5120 

Sullivan, James 5126 

Steudtner, Edward 5145 

Smith, Henry 5157 

Smith, Patrick 5166 

Scherman, John 5176 

Stone, Thomas J 5191 

Smith, John W 5196 

Shearer, David 5230 

Smidtmeyer, Joseph 5238 

Schaidler, George 5258 

Stevens, John 5262 

Shine, William 5278 

Smith, Alonzo 5280 

Smith, Edmund 5282 

Smith, Henry 5284 

Seaward, William U 5285 

Sehepmus, Nelson 5295 

Swee'ny, Thomas 5299 

Sanderson, William 5308 

Slamick, Franz 5313 

Schuhmann, George 5315 

Streng, George , . 5324 

Stinsen. George 5335 

Steele, Henry W 5353 

Simon. William 5372 

Schmidt, Joseph 5399 

Schmidt, Conrad 5400 

Stall, Frank 5404 

Sloan, Samuel 5417 



Turner, Frank G 16 

Thorn, George E 18 

Tilton, Abram 76 

Thompson, Robert 154 

Toole, John 21? 

Toobey, James 436 

Tpurilion, Adolph 473 

Timmermann, Frederick 530 

Tracy, Patrick 662 

Thompson, Frank B. 760 

Torre t, Gustav 762 

Tuite, Robert 804 

Tigh, James D 822 

Timmons. Stephen 874 

Trotter. William 888 

Trimble, Frank 927 



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Keg. No. 

Terry, James 986 

Tegge, William 1006 

Thayer, George W 1041 

Turner, Thomas 1122 

Thompson, William A 1125 

Thompson, James 1153 

Teats, Ferdinand 1163 

Thompson, John 1177 

Tranbel, Henry 1179 

Turner, George 1184 

Tabele, Joseph H 1246 

Turrell, William L 1285 

Thomassin, Ferdinand 1364 

Thomas, Henry H 1431 

Thompson, Alexander 1490 

Tibbets, Horace M 1523 

Taylor, Christopher 1542 

Tahelka, Joseph 1562 

Thompson, William 1613 

Ten Eyck, Lawrence 1696 

Turner. Henry 1703 

Templeton, Edward 1737 

Thornton, Charles 1748 

Tippleheim, Jacob 1796 

Theurer, Frederick 1824 

Turner, James 1906 

Taylor. Henry 1940 

Tagg, Henry 2089 

Tucker, Samuel 2097 

Thompson, Warren G 2126 

Tennet, William 2131 

Thompson, William 2143 

Thompson, James 2186 

Tobin. John J 2217 

Trimble, John 2228 

Tiffany, Michael 2261 

Taylor, Ezra 2279 

Taylor, William 2290 

Turnure, Chas. A 2309 

Travers, John 2329 

Thomas, William 2331 

Turner, John 2405 

Tyler, John 2421 

Taylor, Henry S 2444 

Trainor, Edward 2471 

Tobin, James 2487 

Thonu son, Oliver 2498 

Townsend, Daniel W 2571 

Townsend, Andrew E 2573 

Tracey. Edward 2602 

Thorn, Manfred G 2753 

Thomas, George 2853 

Tracey, Thomas 2948 

Tobin, James 296:5 

Thompson. William 2990 

Timmons, Henry 3064 

Tucker, Arthur 3235 

Towers, William F 3263 

Tream, William W 3272 



K-g. NO. 

Tracy, Prescott 3284 

Tell, Francis 3289 

Turner, John P 3318 

Tumbridge, John S 3340 

Thompson, William H 3425 

Tucker, John 3457 

Townsend, William 3477 

Trible, Frederick .' .3479 

Tyler, George P 3481. 

Thompson, Henry 3492 

Tinimare, John 3502 

Tarry, William 3519 

Toole, Patrick 3529 

Toland, JaTnes 3573 

Tyndall, Edward 3593 

Toohey, John 3599 

Taylor, Robert 3605 

Topping, Alonson 3640 

Towle, Charles H 3714 

Thompson, James 3786 

Taylor, James 3825 

Titus, Henry 3905 

Taylor, John 3936 

Thompson, Oney 3943 

Talbot. George 3965 

Tompkins, James 3974 

Titcomb, George B 3990 

Tirney, William 4000 

Thompson, John 4124 

Taylor, Thomas 4140 

Tate, Robert 4155 

Taylor, Robert 4196 

Talford, James 4198 

Thompson, William 4219 

Toall. Mathew 4226 

Tracy, William H 4285 

Tracy, Patrick 4309 

Thomas, George 4333 

Trainer, Thomas 4336 

Tuckley, Benjamin W 4400 

Travers, David B 4511 

Thomas, John (colored) 4512 

Tyler, Adam 4608 

Tierney, Michael '. 4622 

Tinsdale, Edward E 4637 

Tarrent, William 4778 

Thompson, Charles 4785 

Trunk, Franz 4817 

Thuraldson, Thomas M 4827 

Thompson, John 4929 

Titus, Levi 4990 

Titus, Fayette 4991 

Troy, Daniel 5080 

Thomas, George A 5097 

Thornton, Henry 5161 

Terhorn, Wesley 5199 

Tiinm, Charles 5203 

Tul tie, George C .5317 

Thompson, Thomas P 5378 



Doc. No. 12. 



960 



Thompson, William H. . . . 


Beg. No. 
5379 


W 


Reg No 


Trabel, Ludwig 


5396 




30 


Tuttle, Martin 


5419 




37 






Witamer, Joseph 


46 






Wilhelm, Charles 


70 


TJ 




Webb, William G 


124 






Ward, James O 


127 


Urquhart, Donald 


482 


Weiss, Michael 


133 


Unaworth, Robert 


2738 


Witzinger, Henry. 


135 


Untereiter, William 


2879 


Wood, Oscar 


138 


Tlhl, August 


2891 


Wilson, William 


141 


Uehr, Robert 


3862 


Walder, Carl . 


147 


Underwood, Edward E. . 


4566 


Williams, Thomas 


. 14'J 


Underbill, William E 


5122 


Walsh, James 


162 






White, Greenville B 


. . . . 175 






Welsh, James 


193 


V 




Welch, Maurice 


200 






Wilson, John 


220 


Vanfluck, John 


218 


Welch, Michael 


250 


Vosburg, James 


364 


Williams. George 


261 


Vincente, Cornel 


... .380 


Wilson, John 


280 


Van Worth, Isaac 


949 


Warton, Gilbert 


294 


Vogelsang, John 


1021 


Watson, Edward M 


323 


Vichers, Thomas D 


1029 


Weitmann, Frederick . .. 


338 


Vancovanburg, Pefrer. . . . 


1270 


Ward Patrick 


347 


Vully, Marc Louis 


. . 1363 


Watkins. George A . 


. . . . 422 


Von Horten, Charles 


. . .1410 


Wright, Gillman P 


431 


Vinson, Isaac 


1427 


Wasmer, Fidel 


463 


Van Gansig, Cuno 


1436 


Wilson, Charles .... 


... 476 


Viuzlen, Scief 


. . 1536 


Wynne, Hugh 


494 


Valentine, George 


1802 


Werdd, Adam 


624 


Van Houten, Albert . . 


1827 


Wassweller, Otto 


535 


Vaughn, William 


2152 


Walsh, John. . . 


557 


Verdiere, Perry 


2160 


Walker, Henry B 


558 


Vedding, Franc 


2935 


Weber, Conrad 


571 


Van Kiingenstein, Max . 


2955 


Wiggins, Si 


582 


Volmers, Charles 


. ..3094 


Winn, James 


637 


Vitalt, Carlo 


3118 


Welch, John 


. ... 638 


Voorhees, Henry F 


3151 


Whitney, William H. H. . 


643 


Volk, Joseph 


3159 


White, David 


677 


Van Blarcom, W. H. Jr. . . 


3181 


Winters, Thomas 


701 


Varner, Robert 


3186 


Wilson, Martin 


729 


Voigbt, Frederick 


3347 


Woerth, Frederick 


767 


Ver Valen, John 


334S 


Witbeck, Abraham 


771 


Voight, Frederick ... . 


3767 


Wilson, John 


783 


Voigt, Henry 


. . 3833 


Wilks, George 


797 


Von Hake, William 


3893 


Wright, Alonzo D 


.. 814 


Van Winkle, Josiah F. 


3908 


Williams, William 


844 


Van Pelt, John 


4094 


Winn, Thomas 


863 


Velliner, Nicholas 


429G 


Whattaker, Theodore . . . . 


880 


Varden, James 


. . 4388 


Wanner, Ludwig ... 


896 


Vincent Charles 


4427 


Woods Charles 


925 


Vandike James A 


4526 


Winkler, John. . . 


928 


Verdon, John ... 


. 4597 


Williams, John 


941 


Verger, Alexander . . 


4G28 


Wagner, Paul 


952 


Von Grafon Gustav 


4665 


Whalen, William 


956 


Versalz, Louis .... 


. . 4927 


Wallace, William B 


960 


Vermilyca Henry M 


072 


Wilson John D 


971 


Vradenbunr. Euirene. . . 


.. 5318 


Wilson, John . 


.. S78 



961 



Doc. No. 12. 



Beg. No. 

Williams, George 981 

Wood. William W 991 

Warmann, Bernard .1001 

Wilson, George 1019 

Williams, John \ . . .1026 

Williams, John 1036 

Welsh, John 1038 

Wyman, John F 1048 

Wilson, Edward 1052 

Wilson, John 1057 

Welsh, John. 1065 

Wells, George 1074 

Walker, John 1087 

White, Walter H 1089 

Wallenfels, Robert 1123 

Wilson, Henry 1130 

Worrall. Charles 1143 

Wilful, Frederick 1155 

Wolff, William 1157 

Wilson, John. 1186 

Waller, George. 1205 

Wolf, John,. . , 1209 

Walker, Chancey 1233 

Williams, Edward '. 1255 

Westervelt, George A 1267 

Wall, Theo. M 1312 

Wescot, David 1316 

Willson, John H 1317 

Winter, John. 1337 

Waters, Thomas 1339 

Wood, Henry 1345 

Wood, James 1351 

Wells, John , 1354 

Wilson, Edward 1414 

Walsh, William J 1422 

AVorth, George 1433 

Wassung, William 1434 

Walter, Charles 1447 

Wixon, Moses J 1454 

Wadhams, Melville 1460 

Welz, George P 1489 

Willets, Amaziah 1500 

Wiesner, John 1524 

Weymouth. William H 1526 

Waidner, William F 1529 

Williams, James 1573 

Whitman. Paul 1621 

Wells, William H 1625 

Webber, Otto 1032 

Walter, Andrew 1644 

Wilhelm. Adam Joseph 1664 

Williams, Nicholas 1 1670 

Wendling, Charles 1<>71 

Wholahan, Edward 173" 

Walsh, Matthew 17119 

Wilson. Andrew 1751 

White, Max 1764 

Ward, James 1769 

Walls, John J 1792 

61 



Reg. N<\ 

Wllkie, August 1813 

Wilson, James 1816 

White, James. 1822 

Welch, Edwin. . 1829 

Whittaker, Charles H 1831 

Wollenbergh, Herman 1836 

Williams, Harrison 1847 

Watts, William 1851 

Winter, Emil. 1854 

Wilson, Henry 1867 

Wright, William 1880 

Williams, John 1889 

Willis, William 1903 

Westbrook, Charles 1905 

Wing, John 1918 

Wood, Zephaniah H 1921 

Wittenauer, Charles 1922 

Wilson, James 1953 

Wilson, Thomas 1975 

Wint, Theo. J 1978 

Webber, Pius 1985 

Wheeler, James 2035 

Williams, George 2046 

Weiser, August 2062 

Wilda, Theo ...2064 

West, James 2080 

Weis, Joseph 2110 

Walker, John 2120 

Welsh, William 2123 

Wilson, John 2169 

Wright, Thomas R 2195 

Waterman, John S 2229 

White, Thomas 224G 

Wagner, Joseph 2250 

Whitty, Lee 2254 

Wilson, William H 2266 

Woods, John 2268 

Wazsel, John C 2270 

William, John A 2292 

Williams, Robert 2359 

Webber, August 2387 

Williams, Julius 2431 

Wolfinger, William 2434 

White, George 2465 

Wilson, Joseph 248S 

. Williams, Solomon 2497 

Woodward, Thomas 2514 

Wolfe, John 251& 

Weatheringtou, Henry 2520 

Welsh, John 2522 

Whitney, James 2524 

White, Charles 2544 

Wagner, Frede i ick 2579 

Wehrle, Emil 2583 

William, Charles 2592 

Wippert, Charles W 2594 

White, David R 2609 

With, Christian 2612 

Woodman, William 2620 



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962 



Beg. No. 

Watt, Andrew 2660 

Weaver, Theo .262 

Wall, Charles 2670 

Whit comb, Florentine A 2673 

Wylie, John 2707 

Welch, William 2712 

Walsh, Thomas 2719 

Walker, John 2746 

Weinman, Frederick 2747 

Wanner, John 2752 

Weldon, James 2763 

Wessels. Henry, Jr 2769 

Woolay, James 2797 

Winter, William H 2800 

Whitney. Lawrence M 2806 

Waters," Charles (colored) 2816 

Wicks, Nelson 2842 

Williams, John 2843 

Wells, William 2848 

Williams, Thomas 2895 

Worthington, Henry M 2897 

Weeks, Samuel 2898 

Worthington, John T 2900 

Wellman, Frank 29(57 

Wood, Stephen S 3014 

Winklemaun, Henry 3016 

Well, Henry 3017 

Wordsgerne, Hans 3022 

Winibs, Luke 3023 

Woods, Frederick 3038 

Woods, Thomas R 3042 

Wilkes, James L 3065 

Walsh, Luke 3075 

Wallerstein, Paul. . . .' 3091 

Wordeman, Ferdinand H 3098 

Wall, John 3117 

Widman, Godfrey 3120 

Walsh, George A 3172 

Webb, George 3183 

Weston, George M 3195 

Williams, John . . .3213 

Waters, Charles 3234 

White, Patrick 3256 

Wright, George... 3270 

Walter, Joseph 3279 

White, John 3287 

Wenzel, Jacob 3293 

Wood, Charles H., Jr 3315 

White, George T 3337 ' 

Wallace, Frederick H 3341 

Walker, William 3353 

Whitenour, Charles 3355 

Winkle, Christopher Ludwig. . . 3360 

White, John 3372 

Williams, Frederick 3378 

Webster, William M 3400 

Wishard, Abraham 3421 

Wybar, James 3422 

Watson, Frederick 3429 



Keg. No. 

Werde. Otto 3437 

Winter, Franz 3438 

Watson. William 3462 

Wells, Henry 3533 

Williams, John 3538 

Whitmore, William 3558 

Weiclmer, Frank 3577 

Ward, Edward 3603 

Wells, John 3623 

Williams. Alfred H 3625 

Wilson, William 3633 

Walling, Frank 3645 

Weber, Rudolph 3655 

Warner, Philip 3682 

Williams. Amos H 3697 

Weissbecker, Andrew 3703 

Ward, James 3709 

Wilson. Endora B 3723 

Wright, Jacob P 3748 

Weisbecker, Francis 3768 

Warren. George W 3769 

Williams, Thomas 3784 

Wilday, Charles 3802 

Wilson, Hugh 3805 

Ward, John 3809 

Williams, John 3860 

Wren, James 3868 

Wayland, Ralph 3898 

Woodward, Henry (colored).. .3918 

Williamson. Gilbert 3926 

Wolff, Louis 3961 

Weber, Albert H 3969 

Williams, George (colored) 3975 

Willard, Augustus 3982 

Williams, Thomas 4005 

Winans, Charles T 4026 

Washington, George H 4056 

Wygant, William 4076 

W'atson, John W 4107 

West, John 4109 

Wallace, William 4111 

Wolflngle. John 4132 

Waltz, Simon 4153 

Weidenger, John H. G 4157 

White, Elijah 4162 

Welsh, James 4182 

Waitbau-m, William 4185 

Williams, John 4186 

Winter, Jacob 4193 

Winigmand, Ernst 4231 

Walsh, Michael 4284 

Wheeler, John 4291 

Wilson, Charles 4313 

Welsch, George 4319 

Weeks, Elijah 4346 

Wollbold, Christian 4357 

Weihel, Philip 4362 

Warwick. Peter 4377 

Weston, John 4394 



963 



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Beg. No. 

Welty, John 4416 

Williams, William 4421 

Weidenbach, Leopold 4443 

Walt her. Theodore 4446 

Wiley. William H 4455 

Wilson. James 4462 

Wiughart, James 4472 

Wortman, Henrv 4473 

Williams, Charles 4492 

Warden, William R 4496 

Walsh, James 4498 

Woerner, Frederick 4502 

Ward, William 4508 

Ward, Thomas 4522 

Welding, George 4536 

Weldon, George 4595 

Winterberg. John 4627 

Wood, David 4641 

Wall. Robert H 4643 

Walter, John 4663 

Waite, Jerome 4680 

Wells, Frederick C., Jr 4699 

White, James 4706 

Whitman, James 4722 

Willabald, George 4738 

Weilmann. George 4744 

Welch, John 4769 

Walsh, Martin 4773 

Wiehand, Carl 4814 

Wassweiler, Charles 4819 

Whitman, Jacob 4858 

Washbiirn, Arthur H 4860 

Walker, John 4864 

Weller, John G. . . . : 4869 

Walter, Charles 4872 

West, Allen 4879 

Weber. Martin 4885 

Wessels, George 4890 

Westrich, Daniel 4900 

Weed, John P 4926 

Wanner, Johann 4936 

Warren, Patrick 4946 

Warren, Abel 4959 

Wells, John 4978 

Wheelock, Benjamin C 4981 

Westerfield, William J 4998 

Welsh, James 5009 

Welsh. John 5007 

Walcschmitt. John 5021 

Wy veil, Charles M 5026 

Wilson, Richard 5058 

Wells, Frederick 5062 

Wymcr, Martin 5075 

Waterbury, Stephen P 5091 

Walsh, Peter 5123 

Werner, Frederick W 5137 

Wiegand, Michael 5138 

Wager, John ...5139 



Beg. No. 

Wagner, Charles 5146 

Whipple, John 5163 

White, Edward 5167 

Wasservogel, Louis 6172 

Wool, Jacob 5182 

Will, Henry 6212 

Whipple, Emmett r ..5228 

Weinkelhock, Henry 6245 

Warnicke, Charles 5246 

Warren, Theodore 5277 

Wright, John 5298 

Worden, James 5306 

Wright, Henry 6309 

Woolford, William 5310 

Williams, James 6330 

Witter, F. X 5338 

Wiltze, Clinton 5366 

Wilhnan, Louis 5368 

Wille, Leopold 5369 

Wilson, Jamea 6411 



Young, Charles 606 

Yungnickel, Adolph 643 

Young, John 585 

Young, George C 943 

Yander, Paul 1081 

Young. Felix E 1401 

Young; Lewis 3201 

Young, Richard W 360<> 

Young, William 4453. 

Young, James 4842 

Yeuney, Joseph 6422 



Zimmermann, Adolf 753 

Zeller, Joseph 1107 

Zurwelle, Louis 1118 

Zimmermann, Jacob 1304 

Zimmerman, John 1370 

Zink, Charles 1708 

Zickler, Emile 1914 

Zimmerman, Peter 2170 

Zeller, Max 2881 

Zeller, George 3070 

Zerling, Emil 3350 

Zimmerman, Christian 4093 

Zerlug, Jacob 4115 

Zanner, George 4116 

Zeiglej-, Daniel 4369 

Zoeller, Ju ius 4370 

Zilberg. Henry 5042 

Zeis, Reinhardt 5048 

Zuckschertt, John 5116 

Zengels, Mathias 5183 



COMPLETE LIST 



OP VETERAN AEMY VOLUNTEERS RE-ENLISTED IN THE FIELD ANI> 
COUNTING UPON THE QUOTA OF THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK UN- 
DER THE PRESIDENT'S CALL DATED DECEMBER 19, 1864, FOB 
THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND (300,000) MEN, AND TO WHOM THE 
COUNTY BOUNTY WAS PAID, FROM THE 28TH OF SEPTEMBER, 1864, 
TO THE CLOSE OF RECRUITING, ON THE 12TH OF APRIL, 1865; 
EMBRACING REGISTERED NUMBER, DATE OF PAYMENT, NAME 
OF VETERAN, RESIDENCE, REGIMENT TO WHICH ATTACHED, 
PLACE WHERE RE-ENLISTED, NAME OF MUSTERING OFFICER, 
TERM ENLISTED FOR, AND AMOUNT OF BOUNTY PAID. 



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TO 

RE-ENLISTED MEN. 



Reg. No. 

Amann, Joseph 17 

Allen, Kobert 22 

Apell, Frederick 66 

Apjohn, Robert D 108- 

Allen, Leonard F 127 



Bagowski. A. A 10 

Brown, Alfred N 31 

Byer, Charles D 37 

Beck, John 53 

Bender, George 63 

Byrne, Michael 82 

Biirchard, Emil 80 

Baldwin, .Joseph G 101 

Byrne, Thomas 109 

Burke, Michael 129 



Cooley, H. F 3 

Cameron, Edward 8 

Conway, Edward 45 

Conway. William 46 

Collins, Edward 49 

Carhart, Abraham B 68 

Curley, John 104 

Carson, Francis 107 

Colgan, Andrew 110 

Colvin, Rhoades J : 112 

Campbell, John 130 



Duffield, E. P 13 

Doyle, Dennis 44 



Keg. No. 

Dwyer, Dennis 70 

Donovan, Daniel 79 

Decker, Almeron W 113 

Daily, George 119 

Doyle, Edward 121 

Dillon, Michael 126 



Esdell, Robert 26 

Elliot, Nelson 34 

Ei'nhelly, Anthony 55 

Eastland, Charles E 89 

Ebel, Charles 122 



Francis, Nicholas 47 

Foley, Martin 65 

Fields, Frederick W 99 

Flanagan, John 103 



G 

Gafney, Peter 24 

Gold hofer, Ignatius 66 

Gorman, Patrick 69 

Garvey, James 74 

Gleason, Gullford C 87 



Hofer, Frederick 18 

Haggerty, John , 25 



Doc. No. 12. 



976 



Be*. No. 

Holmes. Calvin T 35 

Hiiikley, Robert W 61 

Hynes, William 78 

Halm, John 85 

Hewitt, William 105 



Jones, William 11 

Jeffries. David 27 

Jeffries, Matthew 28 

Jeffries, James J 29 



Kiely, Michael 43 

Kelly. Joseph 62 

Kenny, Pal rick. 60 

Kyle, William 61 

Kennedy, Jeremiah 106 



Leddy, John 20 

Lasby, James 67 

Ledwith, James 62 

Lomis, Ansun 64 

Lynch, Patrick T 77 

Love, Leonard 81 

Leroy, vv illiam 97 

Lammers, Gerhardt 120 



M 

Mahon, William B 6 

Mclliigh, John 6 

McKeirnan, John 7 

Marshall, (ieorge B 12 

Mo wimnan. Jotin VV 15 

M ul vey .John 4* 

Miller, Augustus 50 

McDonald. Michael 64 

.McDonald, nines 58 

Meadi-r, Philip 67 

McXinney, Jonn. 72 

Mciinroe. HMirv 73 

Woran. Richard' 75 

Morau, Thomas 86 



Reg. No 

Moran, James 91 

McGuire, James 95 

McMiillen. Cornelius 96 

Mandeviile,John E 100 

Montague, Samuel C 102 

Martin, William 114 

Mathias, Frederick 118 



N 

Nickolans. Frank 14 

Nichols, Stephen E 76 

Nichols, Henry 116 



Orvilfe, T. Oliver 4 

O'Connell, Michael 9 

O'Brien, John 23 

O'Leary, John . 41 

Ottoman', Christian 84 

Ostrander, George L 94 

O'Brien, John 98 

O'Brien, Patrick 123 



Prirves. John J 2 

Perry, Louis 39 

Peterson, John C : 40 

Pratt, Eugene 69 

Pierson, Peter H Ill 

Phillips, John 117 



Robinson, George C 32 

Ric.urdiou. William 36 

Root, Howard 71 



Spear, Stlllman J II 

Stack. William 2i 

Sterling, William 3b 

Sterling, David 33 



977 



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Reg. No. 

String-ham, Charles W 83 

Sinclair. William B 90 

Smith, Charles A 92 

Sullivan, Lawrence 124 

Slavery, John B 126 

Stadtmiller, Charles 128 



Theiss, Frederick 1 

Tyler,Nathan L 116 



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Welshaar, Ernilo 16 

Wickline, Dillon 38 

Wilson, James 8 38 

Whitefleld, Edwin A 98 



Zimmerle, Samuel 42 



OP NAVAL VOLUNTEERS COUNTING UPON THE QUOTA OP THE 
COUNTY OF NEW YORK, UNDER THE PRESIDENT'S CALL DATED 
DECEMBER 19, 1864, FOR THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND (300,000) 
MEN, ENLISTED FROM THE 28TH OF SEPTEMBER, 1864, TO THE 
CLOSE OF RECRUITING, ON THE 12TH OF APRIL, 1865, AND WHO 
RECEIVED THE COUNTY BOUNTY ; GIVING REGISTERED NUM- 
BER, DATE OF PAYMENT, NAME OF VOLUNTEER, NAME OF 
MUSTERING OFFICER, TERM ENLISTED FOR, AND AMOUNT OP 
BOUNTY PAID. 



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NATAL VOLUNTEEKS. 



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INDEX 



Beg. No. 

Arnai, George 45 

Austin, John H 62 

Atwooq, Hawes 161 

Annaliy. John M 222 

Austin, Thomas 371 

Annies, James 383 

Avery, Joseph 398 

Andrews, Charles 433 



Beatell, Lewis H 3 

Brown, William 20 

Brown, John 24 

Benzie. James R 29 

Bracken, Peter 30 

Basha, John 33 

Byrnes, Christopher 50 

Brown, Thomas 56 

Barry, Richard 70 

Bailey, Thomas 83 

Beam, Charles 84 

Broderick, Patrick 92 

Blauvelt, Isaac N 102 

Brennan, Thomas C Ill 

Brownell. James E. 112 

Barber, William 118 

Blegler, Samuel R 123 

Byrne, Patrick 127 

Brown, George 131 

Burke, Jeremiah 143 

Burke, Patrick 153 

Brockmau, Charles 165 

Burns, William A 173 

Blaijden, James VV 179 

Backus, Sylvester 182 

Bird, Thomas 199 

Bowman. William H 215 

Bertran. David 225 

Bill, William 239 

Buckanan, James 262 



Reg. Vo. 

Brooks, Thomas 264 

Brown, James.... ,. 274 

Balton, James T 314 

Brown, Thomas 321 

Bryan, John 327 

Burke, John 354 

Black, Michael 355 

Bagley, John 356 

Board'ley. Stephen 384 

Blue, Charles 385 

Botas, John 395 

Brady, Theodore 396 

Bartley, Francis 409 

Barnes, William 416 

Buckingham, Elbert S 424 



Carebyne, Th omas 9 

Chapman, William 11 

Conerty, James 17 

Curran, Peter 21 

Colvin, Norwood A 23 

Cassin. Thomas.. 34 

Connolly, Thomas 36 

Clapp, George 38 

Collins, Joseph 49 

Connor, Patrick G3 

Callahan, James 81 

Culbertson. Cyrus J 86 

Carney, James 105 

Court ncy. John 106 

Conroy. 'James 120 

Cole, John 137 

Cu hing. John 149 

Champion. .William H 152 

Cafflg, James 157 

Collins, Michael 158 

Collyholo, Thomas 189 

Curran, Thomas 198 

Cunningham, Edward 206 

Collins, Samuel 230 



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1006 



Beg. No 

Cummings, William 238 

Callagham, John 250 

Carroll, Timothy 261 

Coleman, John M 278 

Connor, David J 293 

Connor, Thomas 297 

Cashman, William 304 

Croly,John 314 

Coleman, William 320 

Carey, Nelson 325 

Cameron, Allen . 330 

Cronan, Daniel , 358 

Cochran, Patrick 369 

Crowley, Patrick 376 

Curran, Patrick 1 400 

Carter, Charles M 405 

Cripps. Henry 411 

Canty, Patrick 412 

Crockert, David 420 

Collins, John 427 



Dugan, William 19 

Dougherty, Thomas 48 

Devine, Ed\yard J 55 

Donovan, Michael 61 

Dailey, Patrick 77 

Dailey, Thomas 78 

Davis, George 88 

Dugan, John .... 90 

Dennison, George W. P 91 

Dermody, Daniel 122 

Driscoll, John 159 

Davis, Dilson 162 

DeForcey, Charles 201 

Drumgold, Frederick 218 

Donohue, John 241 

Dickson, James 257 

Downs, Samuel 279 

Doyle, Peter 287 

Dobson, Ertmnnd E 306 

Downes, Philip J 308 

Dana, Bradford 317 

Doherty, James 318 

De Forest, Alexander 322 

Davis, John 334 

Denby, Samuel 347 

Dunn, James 353 

Donovan, John 357 

Daniels, John F 386 

Daniels, Alexander 388 

Downey, James 391 

Dunn, William 392 

Davis, Thomas 397 

Donnelly, Robert 428 



Beg. No. 

Erskine, Matthew 75 

Eagan, Thomas 87 

Egliugton, Edward 187 

Evans, Charles R 349 

Edwards, William C 410 



Fry, John 28 

Farrell, Patrick C 40 

Fegan, Patrick 67 

Foster, James 71 

Finn, Cornelius 168 

Fernand, Joseph 191 

Fay, Bernard 107 

Fitzpatrick, Joseph 207 

Fenwick, Theodore 249 

Fox, Joseph P 300 

Farrell, Joseph 362 



Gregg, Johnson 14 

Gibbs, John 41 

Griffin, Lewis 59 

Gray, Michael C6 

Gerinaice, Frederick 108 

Gordon, Thomas 129 

Gray, John A 148 

Gallagher, Patrick C 150 

Gomley, William 154 

Gibney, Patrick 208 

Gunther, Edward L 231 

Gillespie. William 2:i7 

Gehogan, John 242 

Gilbert, Harris 270 

Gibbs, Samuel 277 

Green, William G 295 

Gee, Charles 34G 



Hyland, Murthy J 62 

Hallinan, James H 85 

Harrington, John 103 

Hart, Miles P 130 

Hertel, Gustav 139 

Hartnett, John 1 15 

Heard, George 155 

Hayes, James C 156 

Hughes, James 186 

Henry, William 228 

Henderson, C. F. S 234 



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Rep. No. 

Hughes, James 259 

Hawkins. George 267 

Hughes. Bernard 275 

Hyatt, Horatio L 288 

Hammond. Edward 310 

Henry, William 363 

Hogan, John 372 

Haley, James 374 

Hardy, Henry 404 



Invin, John 240 



Jimmerson, John 35 

Jones, Robert 64 

Johnson, Peter 205 

Johnson, John 212 

Jackson, James 305 

Jenkins, Hugh 312 

Johnson, James 422 



Kildare, James L 18 

Kellar, Henry 42 

Kirby. Cornelius 60 

King. John U 99 

Kenny, John 128 

Keller. Moiris 166 

Kegan, Timothy 171 

Kenan. Henry 193 

Kean, PatricK 19(5 

Kenneflck, Edward 268 

Kenny, Patrick 276 

Kellyi John 283 

Keenan , w illiam 298 

Kelly, Dennis - 333 

Kerrigan, William 351 

Kelly, .lohn O 365 

Krall, John C 402 



Long. Matthew 31 

Lehmktilil, Henry 44 

Lynch, John 73 

Li onard. William 95 

Lin-kins, .John 109 

.Larmar, v\ illiam 132 

Larkin, Walter 203 

Leonard, Samuel B 221 



Beg. No 

Larkin, Patrick 253 

Lavery, Peter 273 

Lown, John B 280 

Leaycrat't, George A 282 

Lelliott, George ; 291 

Lyell, Charles B 319 

Lesley, Alexander 345 

Low, George 375 

Louby . Charles 381 

Lepetit, John 403 

Linahan, Michael 423 

Leahey, John 434 



M 

McCann,John 1 

Marshall, William 2 

Marriott, Charles H 5 

Mc ( 'abe, James 13 

Martin, Peter 22 

McGinley, Daniel. 26 

Morrow, William 27 

Moorhead, Joseph S 37 

McKernan, James 39 

Mormoyl, John 46 

Moss, Henry 54 

McGee, John 57 

Murphy, Dennis 65 

McCue, John 68 

McSweeney, Jeremiah 69 

McDermott 72 

McKeogh, John 76 

Meller, Richard 80 

Martin, William 82 

Mason, John 89 

McLaughlin, James 94 

Macbeth. Thomas 104 

Murphy, Daniel 113 

Muzzy, J. L. B 116 

Murphy, Peter 119 

McGee, Peter 121 

McMahan, Michael 133 

McMillan, William 141 

Mai herson. John 169 

Moore. William 175 

Martin, John 176 

Mulligan, Leander ... 190 

Murray, W H 195 

McArdle, Thomas 200 

Murphy, James 202 

Messerve. Charles F 209 

McCarty, John 211 

McGriei, John 229 

Morogue, Miguel 235 

Manr y, Joseph 236 

McDevitt, Daniel M3 

Munson, Christian 244 



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1008 



Reg. No 

Morris, Patrick 246 

McNulty, John. 247 

McMahon. James 251 

Moore, William H 256 

McTsaac, Neil 272 

McDermott, John 286 

Moritz. George C 296 

Maylan, Meichal 303 

McDougall, Benjamin F 307 

Miles, Henry 321 

McWhinn e, William 328 

Murphy, Patrick 335 

MeGuire, Bernard 344 

Murphy, Richard 360 

MoBride, John 361 

McGrath, Thomas 367 

McOlean. George ... 373 

Miller, Herman 378 

Murphy, John 380 

McGuit-e, Barney 387 

McDonnell. Patrick 390 

Murphy, Pal rick 393 

Montross, John B 399 

Mcllhenny. William 406 

Moody John 413 

M uftVt, William 414 

Mechlin, Frederick A. S 417 

McCarty, Florence 419 

May, William 421 

McSweeney, John 432 



N 

Norton, Thomas J 7 

Netter, Charles 15 

Nelson, James 1 17 

Newell, John 210 

Nagel, Jacob . 214 



O'Neil, Edward 134 

Oakes, Albert E 140 

O'Brien, George P 167 

O'Sullivan, James M 178 

O'Hara, Edward 188 

O'Donohue. John 221 

Ott, John.. 313 

O'Donnell, Martin 340 

O'Marvin, William . 352 

O'Brien. John 389 

O'Brien, John 431 



Reg. Nj 

Pable, Joseph 47 

Pincott, George T 68 

Partridge, Joseph 100 

Pohndorf, William 107 

Peterson, Charles 114 

Pyne, John W 115 

Phume, Edward H 126 

Paeps, Michael 180 

Pereria. Joseph 192 

Peterson, Peter 194 

Peterson, Lars S 204 

Pendleton, Wallace 252 

Par.-ells, Edar 258 

Power, James 265 

Powers, James 290 

Pestiaux, Gaston 294 

Pearson, John 339 

Pillsburg, James 368 

Peng, Ezeria 377 

Plummer, John 429 



Qninn, James 415 



Ryder, Horatio N 8 

Ross, James 25 

Robinson, Nelson 53 

Rowe, John 79 

Reginald, Nattal 96 

Roche, Patrick 101 

Reilly. Thomas 138 

Reed, Daniel B 146 

Reed, James 160 

Rogers, Henry 172 

Rafferty, Martin... 184 

Rutherford, George 219 

Richardson, James M 271 

Rejhl, August 289 

Roberts, George 316 

Russell, John 331 



S 



Sancston, James 6 

Stevenson, John W 10 

Sloan, George 16 

Seymour, George W 32 

Sullivan, William 43 

Stapleton, Patrick W 97 

Shea. John 98 

Sherisky, Robert 124 



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Rg. No. 

Snow, Franklin 130 

Snapp, Joseph 142 

Simpson, Thomas 151 

Stewart. Alexander 164 

Spiller, William 170 

Scott, William H 177 

Smith. Walter F 181 

Scarlet, Richard 183 

Schreider, Ottomer 216 

Smith, Charles 233 

Sleigh, Eugene 248 

Stevens, John 254 

Sinkler. John 255 

Schultz, Charles P 266 

Sewell, A. Gilbert 281 

Smith, William B 284 

Scharen. John H 299 

Schmelkle. F. W 309 

Sheehan, William 323 

Sullivan. John 326 

Smith, George 336 

Smith, Thomas F 338 

Shanghnessy, Peter 341 

Shilds. James 342 

Stevens, Edward 350 

Smith, Peter 364 

Solomon. Charles 366 

Sherwin, John B 370 

Small, George 379 

Schwager, John H 401 

Shaw, Thomas 408 

Smith, John 418 

Steward, Edward 426 



Thompson. Jacob 61 

Tasheira, Charles 74 

Thompson, James 110 

Taylor, Najah 217 

Thbckeway, Richard 232 

Turner, William 263 

Thompson, Stephen A 302 

Turner, John 315 



C5 



Reg. No. 

Taylor, William 332 

Titus, George 394 

Titus, John 430 



Vittle, William F 22T 

Vincent, William P 301 

Vollers, Charles F 343 

Vineo, Adelf 407 



W 

Willis. Philip 4 

Worts. John 12 

Wendell. Eugene 93 

Woods, Edward F 125 

White, John 135 

Wallace, Michael 144 

Watterson, Elenry W 147 

Watson, John 163 

Warnet, James 174 

Winnehold, Thomas 185 

Ward, John 213 

Williams, James 220 

Wilson, Andrew 223 

Whelan, John 226 

Williams, John 245 

Warmkessel, Julius 260 

Walsh, Peter 269 

Welch, Martin 292 

Williams, John 329 

Wright. William 337 

Winther?, Charles W 348 

Welsh, Patrick 359 

White, Abraham 382 

Wilson, John 425 



Teaman, George W. H 285 



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INDEX, 



PAOB 

Appeal of the County Committee on Volunteer- 
ing to the citizens of New York to aid in 

averting the draft 37 

American Union Commission, Letter of the Pres- 
ident of the, relative to providing quarters 

for refugees 168 

An act amendatory of an act to promote the re- 
enlistment of volunteers 112 

A gents, Appeal of the volunteer and substitute, to 

the Secretary of the Navy 220 

Appendices, List of, with contents 241-251 

Appendix A , 255 

Appendix B 311 

Appendix C 357 

Appendix D 383 

Appendix E 411 



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PAOB 

Appendix F 423 

Appendix G 463 

Appendix H 505 

Appendix 1 559 

Appendix J 625 

Appendix K 629 

Appendix L 635 

Appendix M 639 

Appendix N 653 

Appendix 661 

Appendix P 667 

Appendix Q 709 

Appendix R 719 

An act to confirm an ordinance of the Board of 

Supervisors, providing ways and means .... 313 
An act to provide for filling the quota of this 

State, passed February 10,. 1865 316 

An act to provide for filling the quota of this 

> .- State, passed February 24, 1865 . . . ' 328 

An act to provide for the payment of interest on 

. bonds issued by the Board of Supervisors. . . 333 
An act to provide means for the payment of 

bounties 340 

An act amendatory of sundry acts and in relation 

to providing means for the payment of 

bounties and reimbursing municipalities, 

Hl passed March 29, 1865 343 



1015 Doc. No. 12. 

PAQB 

An act to provide means for paying bounties and 
for reimbursing municipalities, passed April 
7,1865... 349 

An act to amend an act to legalize certain ordi- 
nances of the Board of Supervisors 354 

An act amendatory of sundry acts to provide for 

. -f-;. the enrolling and calling out of the national 

forces 374 

Army substitutes complete list of all enlisted in 
the County of New York not paid bounty 
through the County Committee on Volun- 
teering - \ **' 563 

Army recruits paid County bounty, Statistics of. 637 

Army, Statistics of substitutes for the, who were 
furnished by the County Committee on Vol- 
unteering 641 

Army, Statistics of substitutes for the, not fur-* 
nished by the County Committee on Volun- 
teering 645 

Army substitutes, Recapitulation of tables rela- 
tive to 649 

Army, Tabular statement of the whole number of 
men raised in the City and County of New 
York from the commencement of the rebel- 
lion to the close of recruiting for the 669-671 

An act in relation to the bureau of Military Sta- 
tistics.. ..711-717 



Doc. No. 12. 1016 

B 

PA.OB 

Bounties paid in filling the quota of July 18, 1864, 

Relative to . . . 15 

Bounties, Relative to State and County 17, 23 

Bounty, Resolution of Board of Supervisors in- 
creasing the 23 

Bounties, Letter of Major Dodge relative to funds 

to pay the 48 

Bounties, Reply to Major Dodge 51 

Bureau of Military Statistics, Preamble and reso- 
lutions relative to the 143 

Bounties, Complete statement of amounts paid 
for, from the commencement of the paying 
of bounty to the close of recruiting 188 

Bounties, Claims made for, after payment thereof 

was discontinued 216 

Bounties, Claims made for, after payment thereof 
was discontinued opinion of the Corpora- 
tion Counsel relative thereto 217 

Bounties, Claims made for, after payment thereof 
was discontinued letter of Orison Blunt re- 
specting . . i&i.$&$^^fj#\$i5*jiri$ 218 

Bounties, Ordinance of the Board of Supervisors 
providing for the payment of 



1017 Doc. No. 12. 



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Bounties, Ordinance of the Board of Supervisors 

providing the means for the payment of. ... 284 

Bounties, Acts of the Legislature of 1865 provid- 
ing means for the payment of 313-355 

Bounties, General Order of the State Adjutant 
General relative to the assumption by the 
State of the payment of 385 

Bounties, Circulars of the State Paymaster-Gen- 
eral transmitting rules and regulations for 
the payment of the State 388 

Bounties, Blank forms used by the State authori- 
ties in the payment of. . , .401-410 

Bounties, Daily operations of the County Com- 
mittee on Volunteering in paying army .... 436-440 

Bounties, Daily operations of the County Com- 
mittee on Volunteering in paying naval 441-442 

Bounty, Statistics of army recruits paid the County 637 

Bounty, Statistics of re-enlisted men paid the 

County. 637 

Bounty, Statistics of naval recruits paid the 

County . t 637 

Bounty, Recapitulation of persons receiving the 

County 638 

Bureau of Military Statistics, An act in relation to 

the...;,, .... .., 711 

Bounties and hand-money, Statement of payment 

for.. ..721-743 



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PAGE 

County of New York, Statistics of men furnished 

on the quota of the 8 

Certificate of General Hays of the quotas under 

different calls 14 

Credits, Statistics of 120 

Credits under the last call, Letter of Lieut.-Col. 

Dodge relative to 121 

Credits under the last call, Tabular statement by 

Colonel Dodge, of 123 

Credits under the last call, Tabular statement of. 124 

Credits under the last call, Letter of Colonel 

Dodge relative to 125 

Credits under the last call. Tabular statement by 

Colonel Dodge, of 126 

Credits under the last call, Statistics of. 127 

Credits under the last call, Tabular statement by 

Colonel Dodge, of 128 

Credits under the last call, Statistics in recapitu- 

; lation of. 129-131 

Credits, naval, of 18G4, Communication from Col. 

Townsehd to Gen. Fry regarding the ...... 230 

Credits, naval, Report of the Commission appoint- 
ed by the Secretary of War on the assign- 
ment of the 232 



1019 Doc. No. 12. 

PAGE 

Credits, naval, recapitulation of the assignment 

of the 235 

County Committee on Volunteering, Complete list 
of all army substitutes enlisted in the County 
of New York not paid bounty through the . . 563-593 

County Committee on Volunteering, Complete list 
of all naval substitutes enlisted in the County 
of New York not paid bounty through the . . ^08-608 

County bounty, Statistics of army recruits paid. 637 
County bounty, Statistics of re-enlisted men paid 637 
County bounty, Statistics of naval recruits paid. 637 

Credits reduced to years of service, Tabular state- 
ment of 663 

: 

Connecticut, Tabular statement of the number 
of men credited to the State of, for three 
months or more 693 

Connecticut, Whole number of men credited to 
the State of, upon the basis of three years as 
a standard of computation 694 

California, Tabular statement of the number of 
men credited to the State of, for three months 
or more 693 

California, Whole number of men credited to 
the State of, upon the basis of three years 
as a standard of computation 694 



Doc. No. 12. 1020 



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Colorado, Tabular statement of the whole num- 
ber of men credited to, for three months or 
more 693 

Colorado, Whole number of men credited to, 
upon the basis of three years as a standard 

of computation , , 694 

. 

County of New York, Recapitulation showing the 
figures separate from the State, relating to 
enlistments in the 701 

County of New York, Recapitulation of men fur- 
nished reduced to a three-years standard, 
showing the figures relating to the 703 

Comparison of the number of men furnished by 
each State, and the aggregate of men furnish- 
ed reduced to a three-years standard 707 

.'.'"' '-'^"^ D 

Draft, Letter of General Brownsou ordering the 

commencement of the 41 

Draft, Letter of Major Dodge ordering the com- 
pletion of the , 51 

Draft, Communication from Ma} r or Gunther rela- 
tive to the s ..,. .,. 53 

Draft, Report of Special Committee of Board of 
Councilmen, to whom was referred the com- 



1021 Doc. No. 12. 

PAGE 

muuication from Mayor Gunther respecting 



Draft, Communication from representatives of 
Ward Associations regarding the 

Draft, Preamble and resolutions relative to the . . 

Draft, Letter of Lieutenant-Colonel Dodge rela- 
ting to the 65 

Drafting, Circular of Lieutenant-Colonel Dodge 

ordering the discontinuance of .V* r <^- 67 

Draft associations, Circular of General Fry re- 
specting the formation of. ... 102 

Deposits for Substitutes, Statement of 425 

Deposits Refunded, Table of 455-457 

Depositors complete list of persons who depos- 
ited money with the County Committee on 
Volunteering for substitutes 465 

Draft, Complete list of persons who made deposits 

for substitutes in anticipation of the 465-490 

Draft, Index to persons who made deposits for 

substitutes in anticipation of the 493-505 

Draft, Complete list of substitutes furnished by 
the County Committee on Volunteering in 
anticipation of the 507-521 

Draft, Index to substitutes furnished by the 
County Committee on Volunteering in antici- 
pation of the 525-531 



Doc. No. 12. 1022 

PAGE 

Draft, Complete list of all army substitutes not 
paid bounty through the County Committee 
on Volunteering in anticipation of the 563-593 

Draft, Complete list of all naval substitutes not 
paid bounty through the County Committee 
on Volunteering in anticipation of the 597-608 

Draft, Index to army and navy substitutes not 
paid bounty through the County Committee 
on Volunteering in anticipation of the 611-616 

Draft, Index to principals who furnished substi- 
tutes not paid through the County Commit- 
tee on Volunteering in anticipation of the. .619-624 

Draft, Statistics of substitutes furnished by the 
County Committee on Volunteering in an- 
ticipation of the 641 

Draft, Statistics of substitutes not furnished 
by the County Committee on Volunteering 
in anticipation of the 645 

Delaware, Tabular statement of the number of 
men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more 693 

Delaware, Whole number of men credited to the 
State of, upon the basis of three years as a 
standard of computation , . . .< . 694 

District of Columbia, Tabular statement of the 
number of men furnished by the, for three 
months or more 693 



1023 Doc. No. 12. 

PAGE 

District of Columbia, Whole number of men 
credited to the, upon the basis of three years 
as a standard of computation 694 

Dakota, Tabular statement of the number of men 

furnished by, for three months or more 693 

Dakota, Whole number of men credited to, upon 
the basis of three years as a standard of 
computation 694 



E 



Enlistments^ Statistics of . ... 8 

Enlistments, Letter of General Brownson rela- 
tive to 28 

Enlistments, Reply to General Brownson 28 

Enlistments, Rejoinder of General Hinks to Ori- 
son Blunt , . , . 33 

Enlistments, Relative to the army 70 

Enlistments, In relation to the naval 72 

Enlistments, Telegram to the Assistant Secretary 

of the Navy regarding the naval : . . . 72 

Enlistments, Reply of Mr. Smith, Chief of Bu- 
reau, relative to the naval 73 

Enlistments, Letter of inquiry to Mr. Smith re- 
garding the naval 74 



Doc. No. 12. 1024 

PAGE 

Enlistments, Reply of Mr. Smith, relative to the 

naval 75 

Enlistments, Letter of Mr. Smith to Admiral 

Paulding, respecting the naval 76 

Enlistments, Letter to officers in charge of naval 

rendezvous, relative to 77 

Expenditures for war purposes during the rebel- 
lion, Particulars of 175 

Enlistments, Regarding fraudulent 226 

Examining Department, Relative to the 239 

Enrolment Bureau, Respecting the 240 

Enrolment, Resolution relative to the new 310 

Enrolment Law of Congress, Circular from the 

War Department, transmitting the new 374 

Eighth Congressional District, List of army sub- 
stitutes not paid bounty through the County 
Committee on Volunteering credited to the . 584-589 

Eighth Congressional District, List of naval sub- 
stitutes not paid bounty through the County 
Committee on Volunteering credited to the. 603-606 



1025 Doc. No. 12. 



PA&B 

Frothingham, 0. B:, Letter from, relative to his 

substitute 99 

Frothingham, 0. B., Reply to the letter of 100 

First Army Corps, Communication from General 

Anderson relative to the organization of the 413 

First Army Corps, General Order for raising and 

organizing the 413 

First Army Corps, Circular respecting enlist- 
ments and appointments in the 415 

First Army Corps, Circular answering letters of 

(. inquiry regarding the 419 

Fourth Congressional District, List of army sub- 
stitutes not paid bounty through the County 
Committee on Volunteering credited to the. 563-567 

Fifth Congressional District, List of army substi- 
tutes not paid bounty through the County 
Committee on Volunteering credited to the. 568-572 

Fourth Congressional District, List of naval sub- 
stitutes not paid bounty through the County 
Committee on Volunteering credited to the. 597 

Fifth Congressional District, List of naval substi- 
tutes not paid bounty through the County 
Committee on Volunteering credited to the. 598 



GG 



Doc. No. 12. 1026 

G- 

PAGE 

General Order No. 6 relative to the assumption 

of the payment of bounties by the State 385 

General Order No. 285 relative to the First 

Army Corps 413 

Jf> 

H 

Hand-money, Resolution of Board of Supervi- 
sors increasing the 23 

Hancock Corps, Relative to the T. . 80 

Hancock Corps, Letter of General Anderson rela- 
tive to bounty of men enlisting in the 81 

Hancock Corps, Reply to General Anderson. ... 82 

Hancock Corps, Letter of General Hancock re- 
specting bounties paid to men enlisting in 

the 84 

Hand-money, Resolution relative to paying 264 



Index to depositors for substitutes 493-503 

Index to substitutes furnished by the County 

Committee on Volunteering 525-531 

Index to substitutes who received premiums for 

the enlistment of substitutes . . . .551-557 



1027 Doc. No. 12. 

PAGE 

Index to substitutes not paid through the County 

Committee on Volunteering 611-616 

Index to principals who furnished substitutes in- 
depentiy of the County Committee on Vol- 
unteering 619-624 

Individual bounty, Tabular statement of the 

whole number of men paid 676 

Indiana, Tabular statement of the number of 
men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more 693 

Indiana, "Whole number of men credited to the 
State of, upon the basis of three years as a 
standard of computation 694 

Illinois, Tabular statement of the number of 
men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more 693 

Illinois, Whole number of men credited to the 
State of, upon the basis of three years as 
a standard of computation 694 

Iowa, Tabular statement of the number of men 
furnished by the State of, for three niontbs 
or more 693 

Iowa, Whole number of men credited to the 
State of, upon the basis of three years as 
a standard of computation 694 



Doc. No. 12. 1028 

K 

PAGE 

Kentucky, Tabular statement of the number of 
men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more ......................... 693 

Kentucky, Whole number of men credited to the 
State of, upon the basis of three years as a 
standard of computation ........... *. ...... 694 

Kansas, Tabular statement of the whole number 
of men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more ......................... 693 

Kansas, Whole number of men credited to the 
State of, upon the basis of three years as a 
standard of computation ........... ..... 694= 



Laws of 1865 relating to bounties, &c .......... 313-335 

Laws of 1865 relating to the bureau of Military 

Statistics .............................. .711-717 



Men furnished during the rebellion, Statistics of. 132-135 
Muster and descriptive roll of New York State 

Volunteers, Blank form of ..... . .......... 400 



1029 Doc. No. 12. 

PAGE 

Maine, Tabular statement of the number of men 
furnished by the State of, for three months 
or more . 693 

Maine, "Whole number of men credited to the 
State of, upon the basis of three years as a 
standard of computation 694 

Massachusetts, Tabular statement of the number 
of men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more 693 

Massachusetts, Whole number of men credited 
to the State of, upon the basis of three years 
as a standard of computation . 694 

Maryland, Tabular statement of the number of 
men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more ' 693 

Maryland, Whole number of men credited to the 
State of, upon the basis of three years as a 
standard of computation 694 

Michigan, Tabular statement of the number of 
men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more 693 

Michigan, Whole number of men credited to the 
State of, upon the basis of three years as a 
standard of computation 694 

Minnesota, Tabular statement of the number of 
men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more 693 



Doc. No. 12. 1030 

PAQB 

Minnesota, Whole number of men credited to the 
State of, upon the basis of three years as a 
standard of computation ................. 694 

Missouri, Tabular statement of the number of 
men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more .................... .. ..... 693 

Missouri, Whole number of men credited to the 
State of, upon the basis of three years as a 
standard of computation .................. 694 



New York County Bureau of Military Statistics, 

General programme of ............... '. . . . 147-157 

New York County Bureau of Military Statistics, 
Preamble and resolutions of County Com- 
mittee on Volunteering relative to ......... 161 

Naval Substitutes complete list of all enlisted in 
the County of New York not paid bounty 
through the County Committee on Volun- 
teering .................. .............. 597-608 

Ninth Congressional District, List of Army sub- 
stitutes not paid bounty through the County 
Committee on Volunteering credited to the . 590-593 

Ninth Congressional District, List of Naval sub- 
stitutes not paid bounty through the County 
Committee on Volunteering credited to the . 607-608 



1031 Doc. No. 12. 

PAGE 

Navy, Statistics of substitutes furnished by the 

County Committee on Volunteering for the. 64 
Naval recruits paid County bounty, Statistics of. 637 
Navy, Statistics of substitutes for the, not fur- 
nished by the County Committee on Volun- 
teering 645 

Naval Substitutes, Recapitulation of tables rela- 
tive to 650 

New Hampshire, Tabular statement of the num- 
ber of men furnished by the State of, for 
three months or more 693 

New Hampshire, Whole number of men credited 
to the State of, upon the basis of three years 
as a standard of computation 694 

New York, Tabular statement of the number of 
men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more 693 

New York, Whole number of men credited to 
the State of, upon the basis of three years 
as a standard of computation 694 

New Jersey, Tabular statement of the number of 
men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more 693 

New Jersey, Whole number of men credited to 
the State of, upon the basis of three years as 
a standard of computation 694 



Doc. No. 12. 1032 

PAOK 

Nevada, Tabular statement of the number of men 
furnished by the State of, for three months 
or more 693 

Nevada, Whole number of men credited to the 
State of, upon the basis of three years as a 
standard of computation 694 

Nebraska, Tabular statement of the number of 

men funished by, for three months or more . . 693 

Nebraska, Whole number of men credited to, 
upon the basis of three years as a standard 
of computation 694 

New Mexico, Tabular statement of the number of 

men furnished by, for three months or more . 693 

New Mexico, Whole number of men credited to, 
upon the basis of throe years as a standard 
of computation 694 



o 



Ordinance of the Common Council relative to re- 
cruiting for other localities 114 

Opinion of the Corporation Counsel on the con- 
struction of the State bounty laws of 1865 . . 136 

Opinion of Daniel Lord, Esq., on the construction 

of the State bounty laws of 1865 138 



1033 Doc. No. 12. 



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Ordinance of the Board of Supervisors making 

appropriation for the payment of bounties. . 257 

Ohio, Tabular statement of the number of men 
furnished by the State of, for three months 
or more 693 

Ohio, Whole number of men credited to the State 
of, upon the basis of three years as a stand- 
ard of computation , 694 

Oregon, Tabular statement of the number of men 
furnished by the State of, for three months 
or more 693 

Oregon, Whole number of men credited to the 
State of, upon the basis of three years as a 
standard of computation 694 

p " : ' : ''' 

Premiums, Relative to changing the 18 

Premiums, Complete statement of amounts paid 
for, from the commencement of the payment 
of County bounties to the close of recruiting 189 

Premium papers paid for the army 446-449 

Premium papers paid for the navy 450-451 

Premium papers paid for army and navy substi- 
tutes, Recapitulation of 452 



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PAGE 

Premiums complete list of persons to whom 
premiums were paid for the enlistment of 
substitutes ................. . ........... 535-548 

Premiums index to persons receiving premiums 

for the enlistment of substitutes ........... 551-557 

Pennsylvania, Tabular statement of the number 
of men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more ........... . ............. 693 

Pennsylvania, Whole number of men credited to 
the State of, upon the basis of three years as 
a standard of computation ...... . ........ 694 



Quota of the County of New York revised by the 

Provost-Marshal General " 19 

Quota, Communication from Mayor Gunther re- 
garding the 43 

Quota, Letter of Major Dodge to Mayor Gunther 

respecting the 45 

Quota, Relative to the revision of the 139 

Quota, Copy of a letter to members of Congress 

relative to the unfair assignment of the 140 

Quota, Committee appointed to visit Washington 

in regard to the 261 

Quota, Appeal to the city authorities relative to 

the . 261-263 



1035 Doc. No. 12. 

PAGE 

Quota, Appeal to the Legislature for the passage 
of a bill empowering the Board of Super- 
visors to raise funds to fill the 264 

Quota, Statement of the chairman of the County 

Committee on Volunteering in regard to the 269 

Quota, Committees appointed to visit Washing- 
ton and Albany in regard to the 282 

Quota, Appeal to the people for aid in filling the 309 

Quotas, Letter of President Lincoln to the Gov- 
ernor of Vermont relative to changing the . . 359 

Quotas, Report of the committee appointed to 

examine into the January assignment of. . . . 361 

Quotas, Letter of President Lincoln relative to 

the unfair assignment of 361 

Quota, Communication of the Governor of Rhode 
Island to the Legislature of that State re- 
specting its 366 

Quota, Report of Colonel Bailey to the Governor 
of Rhode Island, relative to the unfair as- 
signment in that State of the 367 

Quota, Complete list of substitutes furnished by 
the County Committee on Volunteering un- 
der the call of December 19, 1861, counting 
upon the 507, 521 

Quota, Index to substitutes furnished by the 
County Committee on Volunteering in filling 
the . . . 525-531 



Doc. No. 12. 1036 

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Quota, Complete list of army substitutes enlisted 
in the County of New York not paid bounty 
through the County Committee on Volun- 
teering counting upon the ................ 563-593 

Quota, Complete list of naval substitutes enlisted 
in the County of New York not paid bounty 
through the County Committee on Volun- 
teering counting upon the ................ 597-60g 

Quota of the County of New York, Recapitula- 

tion of all credits allowed upon the ........ 655-659 

Quotas and credits reduced to years of service, 

Statistics of ............................. 665 

Quotas and credits reduced to years of service, 

Recapitulation of ........................ 666 



Report, Summary, of County Committee on Vol- 

unteering to the Board of Supervisors ...... 7 

Report, Complete, of County Committee on Vol- 

unteering to the Board of Supervisors ...... 13 

Recruiting in this County for other localities, 
Letter to General Hayes revoking privilege 
of ............................. . ........ 16 

Reimbursement of New York County, Letter to 

Governor Fenton regarding the ........... 57 



1037 Doc. No. 12. 

PAGE 

Reimbursement of New York County, Reply of 

Governor Fenton 58 

Recruiting, Circular of Lieutenant-Colonel Dodge, 

ordering the discontinuance of 67 

Recruiting, Resolution of County Committee on 

Volunteering ordering the discontinuance of 67 
Recruits, Bounties and hand-money paid to naval 77 
Recruiting for other localities, Communication 

to the Board of Aldermen relative to , 106 

Recruiting for other localities, Letter to General 

Hinks respecting 110 

Recruiting for other localities Appendix "A," 

an act of the Legislature relative to 112 

Recruiting for other localities Appendix "B," 
an ordinance of the Common Council relative 
to 114 

Recruiting for other localities, Letter to General 

Cook relative to 115 

Recruiting for other localities, Reply of General 

Cook 116 

Recruiting for other localities, Letter of Lieuten- 
ant Carter relative to 117 

Reimbursement for bounties paid. 183 

Reimbursement for bounties paid forms, blanks, 

and vouchers necessary for obtaining 183-213 



Doc. No. 12. 1038 

PACK 

Reimbursement for bounties paid, Regulations 

regarding 191 

Reimbursement for bounties paid, Statistics of. . 213 

Reimbursement, Relative to further 214 

Reinlistments in the field, Statistics of 238 

Recapitulation of deposits for substitutes, substi- 
tutes paid, and withdrawals of deposits 426 

Receipts and expenditures, Statement showing 

the ~ 428-430 

Recapitulation of all expenditures 458-462 

Re-enlisted men paid County bounty, Statistics of 637 
Recapitulation of tables relative to army and 

navy substitutes 651 

Recapitulation of each class, who received bounty 

and no bounty 686-687 

Recapitulation of terms of service, with number 

of men \ 688-689 

Recapitulation of totals 690 

Rhode Island, Tabular statement of the number 
of men furnished by the State of, for three 

months or more 693 

Rhode Island, Whole number of men credited to 
the State of, upon the basis of three years as 
a standard of computation C94 



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PAGB 

Substitutes, Relative to. deposits by individuals 

for 8 

Substitutes, In relation to 90 

Substitutes, Letter to General Hayes respecting. 90 

Substitutes, Reply of General Hays 92 

Substitutes, Relative to amount of bounties and 

premiums paid to 94 

Substitutes, Resolution of County Committee on 

Volunteering increasing the bounty of 94 

Substitutes, Circular of General Brownson rela- 
tive to 96 

Substitute, Letter of 0_ B. Frothingham, Esq., 

relative to his 99 

Substitute, Reply to Mr. Frothingham 100 

State Militia, Statistics of services of the 118 

State Militia, Letter of Colonel Hamilton relative 

to services of the 118 

State bounty laws of 1865, Opinion of the Corpo- 
ration Counsel on the construction of the. . . 130 

State bounty laws of 1865, Opinion of Daniel 

Lord, Esq., on the construction of the 138 

Suits against the County Committee on Volun- 
teering, Relative to 179 

Substitutes paid under the last call, Statement of 425 



Doc. No. 12. 1040 

PAGE 

Substitutes, Statement showing the daily deposits 
with the County Committee on Volunteering 
for 432-435 

Substitutes for the army, Daily operations of the 
County Committee on Volunteering in pay- 
ing 436-440 

Substitutes for the navy, Daily operations of the 
County Committee on Volunteering in pay- 
ing 441-442 

Substitutes, Recapitulation of bounties paid to. .443-415 

Substitutes, Complete list of persons who de- 
posited money with the County Committee 
on Volunteering for the procurement of. . . .465-490 

Substitutes, Index to depositors for 493-503 

Substitutes for the army and navy counting upon 
the quota of the County of New York, List 
of 507-521 

Substitutes, Index to 525-531 

Substitutes, Complete List of persons to whom 

premiums were paid for the enlistment of. . 535-548 

Substitutes, Index to persons receiving premi- 
ums for the enlistment of 551557 

Substitutes, Complete list of all not paid bounty 
through the County Committee on Volun- 
teering. . ... . 563 



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PACE 

Substitutes for the army, List of all enlisted in 
the County of New York not paid bounty 
through the County Committee on Volun- 
teering 563-593 

Substitutes for the navy, List of all enlisted in the 
County of New York not paid bounty 
through the County Committee on Volun- 
teering 597-608 

Sixth Congressional District, List of army substi- 
tutes not paid bounty through the County 
Committee on Volunteering credited to the. 573-580 

Seventh Congressional District, List of army sub- 
stitutes not paid bounty through the County 
Committee on Volunteering credited to the. 581-583 

Sixth Congressional District, List of naval sub- 
stitutes not paid bounty through the County 
Committee on Volunteering credited to the. 599-601 

Seventh Congressional District, List of naval 
substitutes not paid bounty through the 
County Committee on Volunteering credited 
to the 602 

Substitute fund, Conclusive statement of opera- 
tions relating to the 627 

State Militia of the County of New York, State- 
ment showing the services of the 631 

67 



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PAQB 

Substitutes for the army statistics of those fur- 
nished by the County Committee on Volun- 
teering 641 

Substitutes for the navy statistics of those fur- 
nished by the County Committee on Volun- 
teering 641 

Substitutes for the army statistics of those not 
furnished by the County Committee on Vol- 
unteering . 645 

Substitutes for the navy statistics of those not 
furnished by the County Committe on Vol- 
unteering 645 

Substitutes, Recapitulation of tables relative to. .649651 
Statistics of men furnished under all calls . . . 695-696 



T 

Table of army and navy recruits and substitutes. 29 

Total number of men furnished by the County of 

New York 672 

Table of the whole number of men paid City, 
County, or individual bounty, and not paid 
bounty j with years of service represented.. .675-677 

Tabular statement of the whole number of men 

furnished for each term of years 681-683 



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PAGE 

Tennessee, Tabular statement of the number of 
men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more 693 

Tennessee, Whole number of men credited to the 
State of, upon the basis of three years as a 
standard of computation 694 

Terms of service, Statistics showing the number 

of men furnished for the several 697-699- 

Terms of service, Recapitulation of, showing the 

years of service 700 

u 

Unjust assignment of quotas, Letter of President 
Lincoln to the Governor of Vermont respect- 
ing 359 

Unfair assignment of quotas, Letter of President 

Lincoln relative to the 361 

Unfair assignment of the quota of Rhode Island, 

Report of Col. Bailey relative to the 367 

V 

Volunteer rooms, Letter to General Hinks re- 
questing the detail of an additional muster- 
ing officer at the 24 

Volunteer Committee's appeal to the citizens for 

aid in averting the draft 37 



Doc. No. 12. 1044 

PAGE 

Veteran Reserve Corps, Letter of Colonel Wise- 
wal to General Hayes relative to men enlist- 
ing in the 88 

Volunteering purpose, Relative to accommoda- 
tions for 167 

Vermont, Tabular statement of the number of 
men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more. 693 

Vermont, Whole number of men credited to the 
State of, upon the basis of three years as a 
standard of computation 694 

Volunteers, List of all paid bounty 745-1009 

^ ; |'|^%|ti W 

White refugees, Letter from a committee on be- 
half of the American Union Commission 
relative to affording temporary shelter to. . 169 

White refugees, Letter of Lyman Abbott, Secre- 
tary of American Union Commission, to Ori- 
son Blunt, returning keys of barracks for. . . 170 

Ways and means, Ordinance of the Board of Su- 
pervisors relative to devising 257 

Ways and means, Ordinance of the Board of Su- 
pervisors relative to devising 284 

Ways and means, Communication from the Comp- 
troller devising 287 



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PAGE 

Ways and means, List of institutions to which 
the Comptroller's circular was addressed, 
devising 288 

Ways and means, List of banks that responded 

to Comptroller's circular relative to 294 

Ways and means, Circular of Comptroller Bren- 

nan, devising 294 

Ways and means, Communication from the Comp- 
troller, transmitting list of subscribers to 
bonds providing 295 

Ways and means, Advertisement of bonds by 

Comptroller for supplying 300 

Ways and means, Circular of Comptroller rela- 
tive to providing 302 

Ways and means, Communication of Comptroller, 
transmitting list of subscribers to bonds pro- 
viding 303 

Ways and means, Authorization of William H. 

Anthon, Esq., to devise 305 

Ways and means, Circular of Mr. Authon, devis- 
ing 306 

Ways and means, Letters of Mr. Anthon, trans- 
mitting list of subscribers to County loan, 
supplying 307 

Ways and means, Resolution of Board of Super- 
visors relative to devising 308 



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PAGE 

Ways and means, Resolution of Board of Super- 
visors relative to providing 310 

Ways and means, An act relative to devising .... 338, 340 r 

343, 349, 354 

West Virginia, Tabular statement of the number 
of men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more 693 

West Virginia, Whole number of men credited 
to the State of, upon the basis of three years 
as a standard of computation 694 

Wisconsin, Tabular statement of the number of 
men furnished by the State of, for three 
months or more 693 

Wisconsin, Whole number of men credited to the 
State of, upon the basis of three years as a 
standard of computation 694 

Washington Territory, Tabular statement of the 
number of men furnished by, for three 
months or more 69S 

Washington Territory, Whole number of men 
credited to, upon the basis of three years as 
a standard of computation 694 



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PAGE 

Years ot service, Recapitulation of the number 
of men furnished by the County of New 
York, from the commencement of the rebel- 
lion to the close of recruiting, with the total 672 

Years of service represented by men paid City, 
County, or individual bounty, and not paid 
bounty, Tabular statement of 675-677 

Years of service represented, Tabular statement 
of the whole number of men furnished for 
each term of years, with 684-685 



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